Is the LiveScript Editor Connected to the Base Workspace?

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I have a live script that does a bunch of stuff. After the script runs I have some variable from that script in the base workspace. Usually symfun objects if that makes a difference. I've noticed that if I then operate on that variable in the base workspace at the command prompt, for example something like
>> s(t) = simplify(s(t))
that the Live editor Stop button turns red while this command is executing.
Is that expected behavior and what does that mean?

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Sean de Wolski
Sean de Wolski on 17 Nov 2021
The red pause button is any execution, not just execution from the live editor.
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Paul
Paul on 17 Nov 2021
I didn't notice the Live editor Pause button coming up, but maybe it did. Do you mean any execution from the command line on a variable defined in the live script? Or do you literally mean any execution from the command line?
For example, Suppose I just have the Live editor open with nothing in it and I execute the command
>> a = func(b)
Are you saying I can use the Live editor Stop (or Pause?) button to kill execution of func?

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