In the code panel of the Debug window:
marks the suspended line, same as the initial run line.
marks the run line, if moved back from the suspended line.
marks the run line, if moved forward from the suspended line.
marks a stop on a specific line.
marks a stop on all lines.
continue execution at the run line.
continue execution at the run line, stopping on the next line, or on the first line of any definitions on the run line.
continue execution at the run line, stopping on the next line, or earlier stop..
continue execution at the run line, stopping on the next line of the calling function. Does not stop again in the current definition, except where stops have been set.
cuts back stack to calling function.
move run line back one line. Does not undo sentences already executed.
refresh Debug window, and restore run line to suspended line.
move run line forward one line. Does not execute the run line.
set stops on all lines on name at cursor position, or, if the entire line is selected, on all names on the line. If successful, highlights the name, or entire line of code.
manage the stop settings.
manage the watch names.
open script window with the current definition.
view the stack in a grid.
reset stack and clear the Debug window. Leaves suspension on.
toggles the topmost attribute
writes the current line to the execution session.
continue execution at next sentence, see below.
toggle stop on line at the cursor position.
remove all stops
If the run line is the same as the suspended line, this executes the next sentence, or the next line if none. Note that several sentences may be included on one line, separated by control words.
If the run line has been moved away from the suspended line, then runnext has the same effect as the run button.