This Settings Editor dialog page allows you to edit the properties of a Variable.
The Name field gives the name of the variable, and the Value field gives the current value of the variable. The Default field can be used to assign a startup value to the variable when the character is first loaded or the #RESET command is used. To enable a default value for the variable, enable the Use Default checkbox, otherwise the last value saved for this variable will be restored on startup.
If the Style is set to Script, the syntax editor will check the syntax and report any errors. If the Style is set to Text, you can edit the variable value without performing any syntax checking.
You can easily edit string lists by setting the Style to String List. Each item in the list can be edited, and items can be drag/dropped to change their order. You can also right-click on the list and Insert or Delete a row.
You can also edit Database records by setting the Style to Data Record. Each field and value stored in the database record will be shown and can be editor. Fields can be drag/dropped to change their order. You can right-click on the list and Insert or Delete a row.