Script Call Traceback

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This script prints out a more useful traceback when you make script calls.

Rather than some arbitrary message thrown by the interpreter that something
went wrong somewhere, you can see exactly why an error occurred. The script
editor also automatically moves to the line in question.

If you have a full error traceback script, it will show more information than before.

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Download

Script: download here

Installation

Place this script below Materials and above Main

Usage

Plug and play.

Traceback is printed to the console. You can enable console by going to “Game” in the menu and checking the “Show Console” option.

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