Before you start scripting, the first step is to fully understand the applications you want to automate. Script Debugger’s Explorer mode helps you peer inside the programs on your computer so you know where to focus your script writing.
Script Debugger features a dictionary window where you can see the information and commands for each of your computer’s applications. But that’s just the starting point for a much more powerful set of tools. The Explorer makes it possible for you to directly experiment with the application. There, you can explore the data it contains and manipulate that data to see how the application responds.
The power of Script Debugger Explorer doesn’t disappear when you leave the dictionary window. As you shift to the editing window to create your script, these tools follow you and remain available as you construct and debug your script. You always enjoy easy access to this important information.
See also: Explore Application Interfaces using Script Debugger