Perhaps I’m missing something, but I don’t see a direct means to observe the value of a Rule’s “Private Boolean”.
I believe, after some research in the forum and Documentation, that I understand the history of “Private Boolean”. I also use it on occasion in the canonical idiom to prevent concurrent execution of a Rule bu a recurring trigger:
From the “FALSE” evaluation shown of the IF statement, I can infer that the Private Boolean is presently true.
Local and Global Variables show, in tabular format, their current value in the Rule Machine display and a way to edit their value, and also, in parentheses, their current value within each Boolean expression in which Local and Global Variables are used.
However, there doesn’t seem to be any equivalent way to observe the current value of a Private Boolean in an action, nor to see or change the current value of Private Boolean in a Rule (other than by executing a “Set Private Boolean” action).
Am I missing something obvious, or is a Feature Enhancement needed?