Problem: when debugging, Step Out stops at every breakpoint. I want it to skip all the breakpoints except the one I've selected.
Solution: add a Step To Selected command to the debugger.
Often I want to debug a long script or one that involves many sub-scripts, and I need to get to a particular place in the script so I can start troubleshooting. I don't care about all the breakpoints that may be in between. It would save a lot of time if I could simply highlight a particular line in a script -- possibly with or without a breakpoint set -- and then have the script run all the way to that line, ignoring all breakpoints before it.