3 Replies Latest reply on Jun 11, 2015 10:38 PM by mickyhulse

    How to redraw() navigator window?

    mickyhulse Level 1

      Hello,

       

      Using ExtendScript, how do I Application.redraw() the navigator window?

       

      Is this possible?

       

      Thanks!

      M

        • 1. Re: How to redraw() navigator window?
          mickyhulse Level 1

          (Looks like I can't edit my original question)

           

          Alternatively, how would I access the navigator window via ExtendScript?

           

          Also, is there an easy way to log an object to see what properties it has?

          • 2. Re: How to redraw() navigator window?
            Ten A Adobe Community Professional

            It seems no way to update navigater window or access the panel from script.

            Most easier way to collect properties and values, Install "Property Explorer" extension panel from Adobe Add Ons.

            However, We can write Extendscript like below:

             

            function prp (obj){ //arg : object

              this.properties = obj.reflect.properties;

              this.methods = obj.reflect.methods;

              this.name = obj.reflect.name;

              return this

              }

            a = prp(app);

            alert (a.properties);

             

            Ten

            • 3. Re: How to redraw() navigator window?
              mickyhulse Level 1

              Thank you Ten! I really appreciate the help.

               

              I had not heard of Property Explorer! That sounds useful. Could you recommend any other extensions to assist debug and development?

               

              Also, thanks os much for the code sample!

               

              Too bad I can't access the navigator window. Oh well. Thanks for the confirmation/info though. I probably would have spent hours trying to get to the navigator window if I hadn't asked for help here.


              Have a great one. See you around the forum.


              Cheers,

              Micky