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Here’s a quick tip for PAC Control’s Debug mode, using Right-click to inspect variables.
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If you’ve used PAC Control’s debugger at all, you’ve probably double-clicked on
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the variables here in the strategy tree to inspect them. Maybe even created a watch window
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or two. In this quick tip, I’ll show you another way to get at your variables. Here
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in debug mode, if I want to look at a variable that’s in a block, like here I have an OptoScript
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block, I can just double-click to highlight the variable I want to see, then right-click,
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and choose: “inspect,” and we can see the current value. If I want to change it,
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I’ll click here expand, type in the new value, and click Apply. Also notice, I can
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do that right-click shortcut from an action block too. If I right-click here, it shows
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me just time, which is the only variable for this particular command or if I right click
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over here it gives me date, and if I right click on this one, which has both time and
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date, it gives me the choice for either one. So that's pretty cool! Thanks for watching.