This is only obliquely a FastScripts question but bear with me.
We are looking for a way to have small AppleScript Studio apps run in the "context" of other apps to provide, for example, some workflow interface in InDesign, Photoshop and Photoshop Elements.
I know it is possible to set the ASS apps to not have menubars etc so at first sight they seem to belong to whatever app is frontmost but even then the "host" app still thinks it is being un-frontmosted and hides its palettes when the ASS app is activated.
I also know Adobe now provides lots of UI tools but we want to use the same code and UI in non-Adobe apps . . .
We have looked long and hard at the possibilities of loading the ASS apps as "bundles" which seems the approved way to do this but we can't see how to make the right kind of bundle from an ASS project in XCode.
It feels as if what FastScripts does when running app-specific scripts is similar in kind if not in detail to what we are trying to do so I wondered if there is some way it could invoke an ASS app.
Or am I barking up quite the wrong tree here? (Or just plain barklng?)