We’ve just released an update to Script Bay which contains a number of significant improvements and innovations.
If you have Script Bay installed, you should be automatically prompted to update. You can either update automatically, or download the installer, and update using Extension Manager.
If you are new to Script Bay, please read this post for full installation instructions.
One point worth noting regarding AppleScript support in all the applications besides InDesign is that the scripts are run asynchronously. This means that your application should be freed up as soon as the script is run (as long as the application’s DOM is not being used). On the other hand, if you “chain run” scripts, the second script might execute before the first one finishes. We’d love to hear what you think about this. Good? Bad?
If you are a Windows user you probably are thinking “what about Visual Basic support?”. Visual Basic is a bit harder to implement than AppleScript, so we implemented AppleScript support first. We hope to add Visual Basic support for the next release.