MacOS Catalina introduces new security measures, and script libraries that contain embedded code such as Cocoa frameworks are affected. Fortunately there is a simple, if non-obvious, solution.
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Having script libraries that call other script libraries is generally not a problem when they are stored in a user's `Library/Script Libraries` directory. But things can turn problematic is when … Continue Reading ››
We are pleased to announce the release of SD Notary 1.1.2. SD Notary is a tool for notarizing AppleScript and Automator apps. Please see [this blog post]( https://latenightsw.com/sd-notary-notarizing-made-easy/) for more … Continue Reading ››
We are pleased to announce the release of SD Notary 1.1.1. SD Notary is a tool for notarizing AppleScript and Automator apps. … Continue Reading ››
SD Notary is a utility for having apps notarized by Apple. With macOS 10.13.6, Gatekeeper is requiring notarized apps where it previously accepted simple code-signed apps.
The basic process involves three … Continue Reading ››
System security is tightened significantly in macOS 10.14 Mojave, and the impact on AppleScript is significant. **Before you upgrade you should familiarize yourself with the new rules**, not least … Continue Reading ››
AppleScriptObjC opens up lots of doors for AppleScript, but it's not without its quirks. One of them is that it can change the way file references are resolved.
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The latest version of macOS, High Sierra
(10.13), has been released, and there are a series of bugs to look out for. Several involve AppleScriptObjC, so if you don't use … Continue Reading ››
Apple has abolished the position of Product Manager of Automation Technologies https://macosxautomation.com/about.html
. What that means for AppleScript is uncertain — it's fair to say that most of us are … Continue Reading ››
Applets having a Bundle ID beginning with `com.apple` seem to be given a free pass through App Transport Security. Oooh…
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