Menu Bar 


The File menu consists of an Open, Save, and an Exit command, which are all self-explanatory. Be aware that your script can be automatically executed if you Save it under a name, recognized by X-Pert Graphics. Check the Auto-executed Scripts function, described below.


The edit menu consists of several commands. The first three, Cut, Copy, and Paste, are self-explanatory.

The Insert command is the same as the insert button, explained above in the Toolbar section.

The Open file at cursor command simply allows the user to load a script at the current location of the cursor. As visible in the screenshot above, this command can also be invoked with the <Ctrl>+<Enter> key combination.

The Browser Window command is the same as the Browser checkbox in the Toolbar, explained above.


The Execute menu is very similar to the Toolbar, explained above. However, it offers some additional commands, explained below. Also, it shows the equivalent keyboard buttons that could be used for the commands.

The Run to Cursor command is not included in the toolbar. When selected, this command will execute the script to the point, where the cursor is currently situated.

This menu also offers an additional function for the Toggle breakpoints. If you go to Breakpoints, a context menu will be opened, from which you can either add a breakpoint (Toggle command), or remove all breakpoints, via the Clear All commands.

If checked, the Auto add Variables option will automatically add all variables used in the script to the Watch View at the bottom of the Create Program Script dialog.