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Deleting a Low-Level Script

Editing, Compiling, and Debugging Scripts
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4. Click the top of the Script (right) pane of the original script.
5. Click Edit > Find and locate the line with the low-level script name that you
just copied.
6. Select the entire line, which starts with
PlayJrnl
. Click Edit > Copy.
7. Return to the script that you used in step 2. Click the location in the script where
you want to paste the line, and then click Edit > Paste.
8. Change the name of the low-level script to match the name in the Asset pane.
Deleting a Low-Level Script
If you no longer need a low-level script, you can delete it. Deleting a low-level script
involves two tasks:
Deleting the low-level script name in the Asset pane (left pane), which deletes
the low-level script from the project.
Deleting the low-level script command from the script.
When you delete a low-level script in the Asset pane, Robot does not automatically
delete references to it from the script. If you play back a script that refers to a deleted
low-level script, the script fails.
To delete a low-level script:
1. Right-click the low-level script name in the Asset (left) pane and click Delete.
2. Click the top of the script in the Script (right) pane.
3. Click Edit > Find.
4. Type the name of the deleted low-level script in the Find what box.
5. Click Find Next.
6. Delete the entire line, which starts with
PlayJrnl
.
7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 until you have deleted all references.