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Yes, it's a bit frustrating that you can't stop a schedule from the schedules panel.
If it's a script schedule (not a backup), you can usually disconnect it from the Activity/Clients panel... except... when it doesn't work.
Note that using the command line tool, you can restart the script engine without restarting the whole db server.
fmsadmin restart fmse
That command killed the stuck script. The status now shows, "aborted unexpectedly."
I called in for support earlier in the week and when I asked if there was a way to do this, and I specifically asked if there was a way to restart the script engine, I was told, "No."
It's not uncommon for me to get contradictory and inaccurate support when I call in. This is a bit frustrating. I usually only call when something is more urgent and I expect the rep to be accurate.
Thanks for providing the command.