Editor interface

In this section, we will consider the main functionality of the script editor interface.
In the "Creating a Script" article, we created a simple script. Let's take a look at the editor interface:
On the left side of the interface there is a menu of blocks and script settings. All actions are covered in other sections.

Interface control

Removing blocks

To delete a block, click on it and press the recycle bin icon in the block settings menu or press the DELETE key.
To delete an arrow, select it and press the DELETE button.

Copying and pasting blocks

To copy a block, click on it and press CTRL + C or CMD + C (for mac os). A notification about copying blocks will appear.
To paste the copied blocks, use the key combination CTRL + V or CMD + V (for mac os).

Block selection

To select multiple blocks at once, hold down CTRL and select the desired blocks.
Then you can copy and paste or delete the highlighted blocks using the keys described above.

Rescaling the Script Graph

To change the scale of the graph, use the mouse wheel or the pinch gesture or cmd + scroll (for mac os).
On the top right is a button to search for a block by name.
Click on the search icon. A menu will pop up in which you can enter the name of the block (if you gave it) or select a block from the list:
By clicking on the name, the script viewing area will automatically move to the corresponding block and its settings will open.

Script Minimap

At the bottom right, there is a mini-map of the script for quick navigation between blocks. Click on the map icon to open it:
You can move the mini-map and the position of the graph will change accordingly. This allows you to quickly find the necessary "pieces" of the script.