Is it possible to programmatically add in checkboxes to an input form?
I have the number of checkboxes I want as well as the label next to the checkboxes.
I also like to respond to each individual checkbox as well.
I wanted to ask first just in case I spent relentless hours trying to test something that couldnt be done in the first place.
learning keyboard maestro is one, rust is another and now i have to learn applescript.
All these things ive ever asked for has done before by someone else so why is it so difficult to find it the answer?
When I find the time i'll try to do it via Applescript unless you have a solution that works right off the bat.
I have 1 new macro that is so hard to maintain that ive literally shot myself in the foot.
Ive just learned how to read and write JSON values directly. Next is Applescript.
I search up applescript tutorial on the keyboard maestro website only to find the bare basics. When I open up someone elses applescript, im like "Where did that come from? What is that? !!!!"
Annoyed. Lack of documentation for applescript on keyboard maestro to fully absorb it and get into the flow.
The only way forward is for me to write more in Applescript cos the way im going is causing me headaches with actions.
I thought engrouping actions would help simplify and improve flow but then I realised that it cant cos I find myself expanding groups so many times its ridiculous.
I will try to duplicate the macros and shrink one of them down without losing function so that I can get it done in less actions (a mix of applescript and actions). For me, thats a big task cos I dont even know Applescript.
For anyone else that reading this, can someone please point to some really useful applescript tutorial with KM. Dont send me to the basics.