Photoshop CS – how to start Javascript Debugger ?

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hannes
Jul 26, 2006
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Hi folks,

I wonder how i can open the javascript debugger, which is included in ‘Photoshop CS’. Does anybody know ?

Thx,

Hannes F.
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Mike Russell
Jul 26, 2006
"Hannes F." wrote in message
Hi folks,

I wonder how i can open the javascript debugger, which is included in ‘Photoshop CS’. Does anybody know ?

Look for the scripting and javascript pdf files installed with Photoshop on your system.

Here’s one web page, of many, that discusses it:
http://www.lodgephoto.com/articles/pshop_scripting.htm


Mike Russell
www.curvemeister.com/forum/
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hannes
Jul 27, 2006
Hi,

thankx.
I already managed it out .
For all who are interested:
* To make the debugger appear at the start of the javascript program, put a ‘$.level=2;’ line at the start of the javascript file. * Or at a line, where you want the debugger to appear, put a ‘debugger;’ command into the line.
* Although there is a ‘//@include’ command, i would put all source code into one file,
as the debugger currently has problems with tracing to a function in another file (there is a ‘//@show include;’ command, but it makes some troubles at my program..)
* Write a generic ‘Object.toString()’ method to inspect objects at the command line.
* Don’t put a ‘debugger;’ command into window-callback functions. * Watch out for the ‘ScriptListener’ – very useful tool. * There is a tool for generating windows resource strings – see http://www.jkozniewski.com/tools/csuib.html

Mike Russell wrote:
"Hannes F." wrote in message
Hi folks,

I wonder how i can open the javascript debugger, which is included in ‘Photoshop CS’. Does anybody know ?

Look for the scripting and javascript pdf files installed with Photoshop on your system.

Here’s one web page, of many, that discusses it:
http://www.lodgephoto.com/articles/pshop_scripting.htm


Mike Russell
www.curvemeister.com/forum/

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