We are pleased to announce the release of Script Debugger 8.0.1. Script Debugger 8.0.1 is a free maintenance release addressing a series of issues that came to light following the release of Script Debugger 8.0. This release also introduces a series of changes to improve compatibility with macOS Big Sur.
This update can be applied using Script Debugger’s Check For Updates command (in the Script Debugger menu). Alternatively, you can download the latest version of Script Debugger.
1682: The script window Trace Speed toolbar item has been restored.
1680: Fixed bug where the
Enable automatic checksfor Sparkle setting in the Build & Exports dialog was not being honored properly.
1677: Restored the ability to code sign using identities, similar to the functionality in Script Debugger 7. Signing is controlled through the File -> Build & Export Settings… dialog. Further details can be found in the Build & Export Settings entry in Script Debugger Help.
1673: Resolved a series of Dark Mode display issues in enhanced applets. NOTE: you must re-save/export your enhanced applet to receive these changes.
1658: Addressed a crash that could happen when reading the
Adobe Unit Typesscripting addition dictionary.
1670: When dragging a directory from the Finder into a script window, new path options control whether to include the trailing delimiter.
1650: Stability fix for threading issue.
1638: Resolved a crashing bug that may occur when quitting Script Debugger.
1662: The scripting
makecommand has a new boolean parameter,
using template. When true, a newly created document will be based on the user’s default template, if any. The document class also has a new property,
show code folding..
1660: Fixed an issue where closing a document would not close its associated windows.