updated 04:10 pm EDT, Tue August 3, 2010
Update improves frameworks for more accessibility
PFiddlesoft has upgraded its AppleScript attachment software with UI Actions 2.0. Users can attach AppleScript actions to native Mac OS X apps, triggering scripts whenever predetermined actions are taken in a host program. Any interface element in any app can be used to launch any action, a key distinction from the more limited Apple Folder Actions and Digital Hub Actions.
Version 2.0 lets users make UI Actions and UI Actions Setup trusted accessibility processes without requiring people to enable global access for assistive devices on their Macs. It also enables global access without launching System Preferences. The update moreover fixes an important bug, restoring the functionality of the "affected UI element" property in UI action scripts.
UI Actions 2.0 requires Mac OS X 10.5 or better. Licenses are $35.