I’m really confused. I can’t seem to get the result panel to show any … well … results of any kind. See screen shot.
I’m currently stepping through a script. I’ve just set two variables: theSelection and theLinesList. Neither shows anywhere on the right hand side. From all the videos and tutorials I’ve seen of Script Debugger, my understanding is there should be the result of the last most recent command run displayed where “No Result” shows in the screen shot in the top right. Also I’d expect a list of all current local variables to show up somewhere in the variables list section about halfway down the right hand side.
Also, I get nothing at the end. I’m used to (Apple’s) Script Editor. It doesn’t have step by step debugging, but I always get the result of the last command shown in the Result section below a script’s source code in its Script Editor window. In Script Debugger I get nothing.
I’ve reviewed the Preferences as much as I can. I see under the “Execution” tab a section titled “Show result when scripts pause or end:” I have that set to “Show Result Inspector”, but I’ve tried all four settings with no difference in behavior. As I understand it though, that setting is about making visible one of those methods of presenting the result, if it isn’t already. If I have Result Inspector chosen, and the Result Inspector is already visible, I believe that setting doesn’t do anything, right?
Driving me nuts. Is there something I’m missing? Have I found a bug? Is there a setting somewhere else I need to set?
Script Debugger seems pretty awesome, if only I can get it to do this - arguably it’s most significant feature?
I’d appreciate any help. Thanks!