Starts a new project, closing or prompting to save any open project and brings up the new project dialog below.
Opens a project file; when chosen, a dialog shows that allows browsing for the .MPRJ file you want to open. (To open an object template browse for the .MSCR file)
Closes the currently open project and also frees the current environment so that you may open a different project.
Saves the currently open project, if no file name has been specified or if Save Project As is selected then a dialog to select the filename will appear. A save event will log the action in the debug window.
Runs the current open project, when while not already in execution. When executing this button becomes the stop button described below. Opening closing and saving will become unavailable during running a project. Saving is not required to run a project.
Stops the current running project; this is only visible when the project is running; otherwise this button is the same as the Run Project button above. This is only available if the project is running.
Displays a new generated full project map view of the bare script being sent to the interpreter; this option is for debugging and is not available with out the source code.
Displays up to four of the most recent project files opened, or displays (No Recent Files) if there are none.