You can modify menus with pure scripts, so there is no need for a plugin.
Besides my impression is that the majority of people who decide to go for a scripted solution are hesitant to introduce plugins, be it for maintenance and portability issues (dependency on products not under their control), or just because the plugin complicates the installation by a magnitude that is beyond Joe Average user.
On the other hand side, every plugin should also support scripting for unique features that it implements "under the hood".
That is true, I didn't know at the time of writing the plugin.
One advantage it does offer. It allows the user to move the scripts menu item without having to know any scripting.
Would it be improper of me to put a link to the web page that describes the plugin better?
IMO an announcement of a scripting related plugin is on topic and should be welcome here - and maybe someone will find it useful. Eventually over time it will evolve into the next big thing, when you start a competition with Harbs' Script Bay ;-)
Note there is also Adobe Exchange ...
That looks like a very useful plugin. There are users that have no knowledge of scripting that would love to organize their scripts in menu items. I am not sure where Harbs' ScriptBay comes in here. ScriptBay was made for developers this seems more geared towards users.
Pickory, Nice work!
Fred Goldman wrote:
Actually, Script Bay was created with both developers and users in mind. A lot of the initial features were created to help get developers on the band wagon, but I still have quite a few tricks up my sleeve which will hopefully make users (and developers) very happy!
I hope it will help.
I wrote the plugin because I found it difficult to get my script menu items appear in the right place. This is purely down to my lack of scripting expertise.
Any ideas you want adding to the plugin, I will try to get them in.
Good to hear new features are on the way.