ExtendScript Toolkit 2.0.2 ReadMe
This document contains a list of new features and known issues in this ExtendScript Toolkit 2 (ESTK) release. The last section describes a few hidden gems, like additional Preferences settings, or how to customize the editor, or add new language definitions to the editor.
What has changed in 2.0.2
Fixes: InstallingESTK 2.0.1 resulted in media failures when installing new Adobe products or repairing existing ones. Palette layout was not restoring correctly after restarting the ESTK. ESTK was using too many CPU cycles, especially when idle. On OS X 10.5, the Object Library was not able to display any help text.
What changed in 2.0.1
Fixes: Changing a property value in the DataBrowser was sometimes ignored. When executing a script containing included files, the first included file was sometimes opened in the background. A collapsed text block in a document stayed hidden when deleting the collapsed line. Adding or editing breakpoints was not possible if an Object Model dictionary window was in front. Collapsed text blocks were not expanded when Code Collapse was switched off.The Console was unable to execute multiline commands. The Console did not scroll to the end after displaying a long text. When scrolling a document without changing the cursor position in the document, the document scrolled back to the previous position after it had been resized. The ESTK could not handle files on the root level of the file system. Documents are moved to a visible area if they areabout to be hidden by docked panels.
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A new menu item "Window/Reset Panel Locations" restores all panels to their default locations. On the Macintosh, CPU usage has been optimized. The code completion does not attempt to display hints inside comments or quoted text. Windows: ACtrl–click on the document window title bar displays the document filename without its path.
New Features in ESTK 2.0.1