The script console desperately needs a stop button. If you accidentally return too much data or write an infinite loop you're in for a world of hurt

Also worth noting, when coding something with a lot of data, programmers often run pieces of the script to make sure it works, then stop it with ctrl+c, and go back to work. There's no need to wait minutes for a script to finish when you know it works in seconds

The lack of stop/interrupt is a real bummer, and a big "are they actually serious right now?" moment for experienced programmers

Thanks <3

edit: people have been having this problem since 2016: https://forum.inductiveautomation.com/t/stopping-scripts-from-running/12374

https://forum.inductiveautomation.com/t/command-to-break-while-loop-if-stuck-in-a-script/6660/5

https://forum.inductiveautomation.com/t/interrupt-stop-infinite-loop-in-script-console/16484