Currently, when you interactively execute a method in a base class appears; and the sub class version is execute. Today is class I was trying to interactively demonstrate the what I expected to be "super.move(int)" (for example). Instead the sub-classed, overridden version was executed. Is there a way (via SHIFT-click, or similar) to have the base class version executed?
I do not believe so. Once a method is overridden in a subclass, any and all actors created from that subclass take on the new behavior that the overriding method affords.