Run tool window
The Run tool window displays output generated by your application. If you are running multiple applications, each one is displayed in a tab named after the run/debug configuration applied.
If you re-run an application, the new output overwrites the contents of the tab. To preserve the output of an application, even if you re-run it, pin the output tab.
The appearance of each tab depends on the type of the application being run and can include additional toolboxes and panes.
|Tooltip and shortcut
|Click this button to stop the current application and run it again.
When an application is stopped , this button toggles to .
|Click this button to rerun the current application.
This button appears, when an application is stopped . When an application is running, this button toggles to .
Click this button to terminate the current process externally by means of the standard
Clicking the button once invokes soft kill allowing the application to catch the
|Click this button to have the changes to the current layout abandoned and return to the default state.
|Click this button to pin or unpin the current tab. You may need to pin a tab to prevent it from closing automatically when the maximum number of tabs is reached in this window.
|Click this button to close the selected tab of the Run tool window and terminate the current process.
Context Menu Commands
|Compare with Clipboard
|Opens the Clipboard vs Editor dialog that allows you to view the differences between the selection from the editor and the current clipboard content. This dialog is a regular comparing tool that enables you to copy the line at caret to the clipboard, find text, navigate between differences and manage white spaces.
|Choose this command to copy the current URL to the system clipboard. This command only shows on a URL, if it is included in an application's output.
|Choose this command to open the Create Gist dialog.
|Clears the output window.
|Tooltip and shortcut
|Up/down the Stack Trace
|Click this button to navigate up or down in the stack trace and have the cursor jump to the corresponding location in the source code.
|Use Soft Wraps
|Click this button to toggle the soft wrap mode of the output.
|Scroll to the end
|Click this button to navigate to the bottom of the stack trace and have the cursor jump to the corresponding location in the source code.
|Click this button to send the console text to the default printer.
|Click this button to remove all text from the console. This function is also available from the context menu of the console.
|Show Python prompt
This button is available in the Debug console. If it is pressed, you can enter commands in the console and view output.
It's also possible to scroll through the history of commands with the up and down arrow keys.
Press this button to show the Debug Console History dialog, where one can view the console entries and navigate through them, using the arrow keys.
Click OK to close the dialog.
Karma Server tab
For details, see Karma.