If you want to use the script in other scripts, you should often pass parameters to make the script more flexible. Here you can specify parameters that will be shown in the script card when called from other scripts.

  • Name - parameter name. You can use it as a variable name in the Source code or in commands on the script tab (get the value - #variable#).
  • Title - the title of the parameter in the script card.
  • Type - parameter type.
  • Advanced settings - additional settings of the parameter as JSON object.

Types of parameters

Parameter type Control Type in Source code Additional settings
Checkbox Checkbox bool
Multi-line text Textarea str
Single line text Input str
Select Combobox int/str required
Number Input int
List Table json required

Advanced settings

Additional settings must be specified as a JSON object.

  • required - specify true, if the parameter must be defined. Otherwise, an error will be shown when compiling the script.
  • initial - you can specify the initial value for input fields when the user inserts this script.
1{"required": true, "initial": "Your name"}
  • default - default value for the input field if the user left it empty.
1{"default": "Unknown"}
  • optional - specify true for optional parameters.
  • type is the variable type for the Select parameter. Maybe str or int. By default, it will be of type str.
  • items is the list of items for the Select parameter. Each item consists of two fields - title and value. The title field contains the name, and the value field contains the value of the parameter when this element is selected.
1{"type": "str",
2 "items":[
3     {"title": "My Path", "value": "/home/user/mypath" },
4     {"title": "Backup Path", "value": "/home/user/backup" },
5 ]
  • list - Description of the table columns for the List parameter. The list parameter allows the user to add several records to the table that will be processed by this script. Each list element consists of four fields - name, title, type and options. The name field specifies the column name, the title field specifies the column title, and the type field specifies the numeric field type (0 - checkbox, 1 - multi-line text, 2 - single-line text, 3 - combobox).The options field may contain additional settings, which are described in this section.
 1{"list": [
 2  {"name": "var", "title": "Variable name", "type": 2},
 3  {"name": "value", "title": "Value", "type": 1},
 4  {"name": "mode", "title": "Mode", "type": 3, "options": { "type": "str",
 5      "items": [
 6            {"title": "Debug", "value": "debug"},
 7            {"title": "Demo", "value": "demo"},
 8            {"title": "Release", "value": "release"}
 9         ]
10      }}
11   ]
  • output - Array of strings. It is used if you want to display special text in List for checkboxes. For example, not/yes, disagree/agree, etc. The zero element corresponds to false, and the first element corresponds to true.
1{"list": [
2  {"name": "company", "title": "Company", "type": 2},
3  {"name": "public", "title": "Public",
4      "type": 0, "options": {"output": ["no", "yes"]}}
5   ]
  • flags - additional flags for parameters.

    • preview - This flag is used for parameters with Multi-line text type. If it is specified, you can switch to Preview mode when editing text. The text will be shown as HTML, Markdown or preformatted text, depending on the content of the current text.


As an example, let's create a simple script with parameters.

Step 1. Define one parameter with the Single line text type.

Step 2. Let's add the output of this parameter to the Source Code using the function Println.

Step 3. We also additionally display this parameter using the Write To Console command and save our script with the name Parameters.

Step 4. Create a new script and add our script to it. Let's specify any value in the parameter input field.

Step 5. Let's run this script and see two lines with our parameter in the console.

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