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VSCode Extendscript Debugger: getting targetSpecifier

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Oct 26, 2021 Oct 26, 2021

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Hi,

 

  I'm trying to modify my launch.json file so I don't have to continually set the app target.  I'm currently using "Adobe Premiere 15.4.1"  I've tried to set"trace": true, and have tried to set the "traceString" to various values.  All I get is:

 

{"0":"<trace>[1635291868132] prepareSession Target connected. Starting session.</trace>"}
[1635291868132] prepareSession Target connected. Starting session.
{"0":"<break flags=\"1024\" engine=\"NewWorld\"><stack><frameinfo>[aeauto.jsx]</frameinfo>

 

I see the engineName, but nowhere is there a targetSpecifier.  How would I go about finding it / what is it for Premiere Pro 15.4.1?

 

Thank you.

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