(Menu  Tools -> List Used Variables In Current Path)

This tool opens a new dialog to show all variables that are used within the current script. Furthermore, all scripts in the same directory are searched for these variables. If a variable is used in the current script and also in another script in the same directory, it is listed in the second table.

Value of a variable

There is a column "value" that shows the value of the variable that is assigned to it in the corresponding line of the script. This can change on runtime.

Type of a variable

 An icon indicates one of the following for the variable in question:

a textvariable is being written

a textvariable is being read

a standard-variable is being written

a standard-variable is being read

Jump to a line

By double-clicking on an entry in one of the tables you can jump to the corresponding line within the script where the variable is used. The script will be reopened if it is not already opened in the editor.

Choosing another script

You can either doubleclick on the name of the script in the tree on the left, or choose an item from the list and click the "Activate"-button.
The chosen script is then searched for used variables.

Used variables in other scripts

You can click on "Search the above variables in all scripts" to start a search for variables that are used in the active script and also in any other scripts in the same directory.

Filtering the view

If you need to search the current script for a certain group of variables you can select them in the first table. Use the control key or use the mouse to draw a frame to select multiple entries. Then click on the filter button.

Show all used variables in the same directory

Click on "Search all variables of all scripts" to create a list of all used variables in all scripts in the same directory as the selected script.

Export the results as .csv file

Click on "export as .csv" to create a textfile that can easily be imported to Word or Excel as a table.

Sorting the table-views

By clicking a column header you can sort the table alphabetically as regards that column.