The explorer in the dictionary window lets you probe the actual current objects of a running scriptable application, in real time. You can easily discover an application’s object model, insert object references into your scripts, and see the values of object properties — and even change those values.
To see a dictionary window’s explorer:
The application explorer in the dictionary window is one of many object explorer views that Script Debugger provides. Click here to learn about explorers.
The tell context inspector in a script window can function as a miniature version of the application explorer. It provides a more focussed way to probe an application’s current objects. It watches where you are working in a script window and probes the attributes of the current tell target.