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Script Bay Development
10/07/2012
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Kelly
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I've been reading Peter Kahrel's book for the newbie scriptor and in particular his endorsement "For an unrivalled replacement for InDesign’s Script panel, see Harbs’s Scrip (sic) Bay.

 

Since his book was prepared with CS3/4 initially in focus, and then later updated for CS5, and the materials here and there are targeted to CS5, I was curious about a few things.

 

Is Script Bay still being developed?

Is version 0.1.5 the most recent? - (or is it 1.0.5? - latest page lists it both ways!)

Is there anything particularly relevant to CS6 - Win7 64-bit users when installing Script Bay?

Is Script Bay's script editor intended as an improvement over the ESTK IDE?

Is Script Bay dynamically tied to the OMV or otherwise accessed like Jongware's CHM from TextPad, for example?

 

Thank you very much for any reply.

 

Kind regards,

 

Kelly

10/26/2012
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Is Script Bay still being developed?

Script Bay has some updates that I hpe to push out when I have time, and it will likely take on a new form in a few months.

Is version 0.1.5 the most recent? - (or is it 1.0.5? - latest page lists it both ways!)

It's 0.1.5. That's a typo.

Is there anything particularly relevant to CS6 - Win7 64-bit users when installing Script Bay?

There are no changes related to CS6

Is Script Bay's script editor intended as an improvement over the ESTK IDE?

It's not intended to be a replacement. There's no way to step through the code for example, but it's much quicker to load and save scripts and run code snippets from the panel than from ESTK. The code indent is also to more liking.

Is Script Bay dynamically tied to the OMV or otherwise accessed like Jongware's CHM from TextPad, for example?

No. (At least not yet...)

06/19/2017
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Thanks for your explanation man

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