Default Scripts

Learn about default scripts in High Fidelity.

Overview

The High Fidelity Interface comes with a collection of default scripts designed to improve your experience as a user and provide you with the tools you need to be a High Fidelity developer.

View Running and Available Scripts

To see the list of scripts currently running or available, go to Edit > Running Scripts or press Ctrl + J to open the Running Scripts window.

Just below the Reload All and Remove All buttons is the list of currently running scripts. When you first start Interface, it runs a number of default scripts. These scripts are listed in this window.

Below the running scripts, you will see a file browser that shows other available scripts.

For more information about how to run scripts in Interface, see Running Scripts in Interface.

Default Scripts

The following chart lists the scripts run by default and provides a brief description of what each script does.

Script Description Usage Notes
defaultScripts.js This is a default script that will set your enviroment before you begin to use Interface. For information on starting and stopping scripts, see Running Scripts in Interface.

Available Scripts

In addition to the scripts run when you first launch, High Fidelity also provides a number of additional scripts to help you improve your user experience and provide tools for developing your own content.

Scripts Folder Description
developer The scripts found here have been created for internal use and debugging, but are available as advanced developers may find them useful when creating content. These scripts are not "entry-level" and are not guaranteed to work or be documented.
system Here, you will find the scripts run by default. Making changes to these scripts is not recommended, nor is it easy, as you may need 'administrative' privileges.
tutorials These are scripts that provide examples of what you can do using scripts in High Fidelity. For example, the butterfly.js script used in the create butterflies tutorial is found here.