Configure the plug-in
Now the plug-in is installed, you can set the default preferences in the plug-in
*Note*, the default preferences in the Configuration Dialog are only used
if you do not set a preference in your scripts using the plug-in's functions.
In other words, any preference you set in your scripts using the plug-in functions
will be used *instead* of these values.
On Mac OSX, go to the "FileMaker Pro" menu, and then select "Preferences".
This will bring up FileMaker Pro's "Preferences" dialog.
Navigating to the Plug-ins tab in the FileMaker Preferences
Next, click on the "Plug-ins" tab, which should give you a dialog as shown. Now,
select the plug-in name and click the "Configure" button or double-click the plug-in
name which will open the plug-in's Configuration Dialog.
FileMaker Plugins Tab
If the plug-in has not been registered, you will be presented with the Welcome dialog.
Here you can request demo key
and then continue
to the Configuration Dialog. If you just want to access the Configuration Dialog without
getting a demo key, click the "No Internet" or "Close" button. If the plug-in is registered,
or you have already gotten a demo key, you may not see this dialog.
Now you are in the plug-in Configuration Dialog where you can specify the default
settings of the plug-in. As mentioned before, these settings are only used if
you do not set them in your database scripts using the plug-in's functions.
Note, not all of our plug-ins have settings that need to be configured.
MMScript Configuration Dialog
The Script Events tab allows you to manually create script events in the plug-in. Script Events can also be created using FileMaker scripting which allows more advanced control over managing events.
If you previously used our Classic SCRIPTit plug-in, your scripts probably use the old style functions. The old style functions all begin with the word “External”, so they are easy to spot. In order to make migrating from the old functions to the new functions easier, this setting gives MMScript the ability to use the functions of the Classic SCRIPTit plug-in.