Ok, you can drag this Automator script into /Applications/Raven MTi.app/Contents/Resources/Services/Automator/ProTools and the BC will launch the script. You will have to edit the Automator script to do what you need. But this should at least get you started.
Post by nathanaelj83 on May 3, 2016 6:19:44 GMT -8
Jamey, thanks for this. Something is getting hung-up, though. I placed the script in the automator/protools folder, then loaded the BC. When I run the BC, it opens system prefs and gives me a "The Raven utilizes the built-in graphic user infertace..... Enable raven in the list of accessibility apps". But Raven is already enabled.
Did you re drag raven into the Accessibility?? This should fix it, instead of just clicking it back on, link it to the new app install location. side note: MTi1 and MTi2 are the same app, just different installers for touch driver. If you skip the touch driver install at the end, either installer will work..
How did you link the BC to the Script? Or is that top secret? I'd love to have just a regular "tab-to-SM" without spotting to PT so that I can flip back & forth without using the keyboard.
Just open up the BC in X-Code, or some type of XML scripting software and change the name of the link to the automator file in the 2 lines. Text edit could work just don't change any numbers in it.
Raven can't TAB out of itself, since it is hardwire to PT so the best way is to do it with an Applescript. This way Raven can launch the applescript that will go out into the OSX world and can do any functions in other apps.