Task Builder Debug Toolbar Preferences 

The Debug toolbar (illustrated below) is a small floating bar that appears when a task is run from the Task Builder. It contains buttons to stop, pause, re-run and step through an active task to further aid you during development stage. The Debug toolbar displays in a separate window while the task runs. It includes a set of shortcut keys that can be used when testing a task. You can change the toolbar shortcut keys to any desired key combinations not already in use, and you can change the position of the Debug toolbar on the screen. In addition, you can choose to show/hide the Debug toolbar or have it always appear in the foreground or background.

Parameters

Property

Description

Show toolbar at

If enabled (enabled by default), specifies the location of the debug toolbar (shown below). If disabled, the toolbar will be hidden from view. The available options are:

  • Upper left: Upper left corner of the screen.

  • Upper right: Upper right corner of the screen.

  • Lower left: Lower left corner of screen.

  • Lower right (default): Lower right corner of screen.

Always on Top

If enabled, the toolbar will always be on top (in the foreground) in front of other windows. If disabled, the toolbar will appear in the background. This parameter is enabled by default.

Toolbar Hotkeys

Allows selection of hot-keys to run, stop, pause or step through a task. The available options (along with their default hot-key parameters) are:

  • Run: CTRL + ALT + F5

  • Stop: CTRL + ALT + F2

  • Pause: CTRL + ALT + F9

  • Step: CTRL + ALT + F6

See Also

Task Builder Color Preferences

Task Builder Debugger Preferences

Task Builder Formatting Preferences

Task Builder General Preferences

Task Builder Font Preferences

See Also


Task Builder Color Preferences | Task Builder Debugger Preferences | Task Builder Formatting Preferences | Task Builder General Preferences | Task Builder Font Preferences