Don’t leave home without it. It is inconceivable to do more than a little work in AppleScript and not use this. Don’t the the price dissuade you: it will repay itself month after month, possibly week after week, or even day after day.
UI Browser too. It not only shows UI structure but writes pieces of AppleScript for you.
Unfortunately (so far), no JXA support. From the web site:
The conventions to encode in a compact way the hierarchy of the GUI elements are identical to that of the Python code: it is therefore enough to take full advantage of this homology by transforming the temporary text file into a pseudo Python file, by changing the extension, so that BBEdit automatically activates the folding
Hey @ccstone sorry for maybe asking super basic questions about this macro... but I am like the rookie of the rookies of the rookies when it comes to this subject.
So my question: this macro only shows a list of elements, right? That's the sole purpose or am I missing something else?
Would it be possible for the script to identify the cursor's position and based on that, either show the information for that element only (similar to UI Browser) or even if it shows the long list, maybe add some unique information next to that element that we could easily search for using the Search bar inside TextEdit?
Again, sorry for maybe some silly questions, but my knowledge when it comes to this is like -1000, but I would like to start using more AS when it comes to KM instead of using Found Image actions whenever possible.