Since more and more users are downloading our software and many new to Applescript users are learning about the amazing things you can do with our software, we decided it would be best to include a bug reporter on our website to allow users to give us input and feedback on what we need to improve on our applications.
Every application will be getting a built in bug reporter option in the menu as well to make it easier for us to see what the problem is. The bug reporter will send us the following information:
We are very excited to roll out this new feature to all of our users. We have a Bug Reporter app in the downloads page and updates to applications will be coming out later this month.
Bringing Mira and Plugin Assistant Together
Plugin Assistant uses ToolKit to manage all plugins. Mira used to use an older version of ToolKit to have plugins as well. However in Mira 10, we did not implement ToolKit as Plugin Assistant is a very great tool for AppleScript plugins.
We have come up with an idea.
Some users use either Plugin Assistant or Mira. Some users use both. Once we implement ToolKit into Mira, instead of having its own library of plugins and plugin resources, both Plugin Assistant and Mira will be able to access the same plugin library using a new version of ToolKit we call ToolKit 2. We think that this will be able to simplify and unify our AppleScript apps.
More coming soon...
Mira is back for the Mac.
After years of anticipation and months of research and development, we are happy to announce that Mira is finally back. With Mira 10, we have released new and unseen technologies in AppleScript that will make their way to our other applications like Plugin Assistant. Check it out!
Just a quick website announcement, we have added advertising on our website to allow us to generate some revenue to pay for the website as well as have great offers and ads on our website. We ensure that all ads are related to Computers and Internet, as well as catered to Apple users so make sure to check them out!
Instead of using one whole script for your Plugin, now you may use as many scripts as you would like to run your Plugin. The Main script of your Plugin will go in the plugins folder, then the rest would go into the plugin resources folder of Plugin Assistant.
Plugins can talk to each other
Developers can team up and allow their plugins to talk to each other, share resources as well as communicate different commands to the different plugins.
Before you had to go into Plugin Assistant in order to install a plugin but now for more complex plugins that use resources and multiple scripts, developers can make an installer to automatically install their files into Plugin Assistant.
macOS Sierra Support
We have optimized Plugin Assistant 3.1 to work perfectly with macOS Sierra.
Before 3.1, when you would go into a menu option and leave, you would be sent back to the home screen. Now in 3.1 you will be sent back to the Menu instead.
We always look for and fix bugs in all of our updates.