I have been playing with BetterTouchTool with Apple Shortcut App for couple of days. It is really nice to see that you have added actions for GUI automation The automation that I am trying to build really becomes clunky with several "Send Keyboard Shortcut". in order to reach to a particular GUI elements, one after the other. with Key Code 48 (Tab). And it comes somewhat slow.
I wonder if you could add more advance actions for GUI automation. I wonder if you could create additional "actions" that would allow users to to target specific GUI Elements.
In the tutorial video above, pfiddlesoft's UI browser is used to identify the element code of a checkbox. In conjunction with Apple Script and Keyboard Maestro is use to automate a task. Despite Keyboard Maestro being powerful application, it is not a user friendly application.
With Apple's Shortcut App, automation becomes more user friendly and accessible without knowing complex Apple Script coding.
Could you add a series of actions into Apple's Shortcut where users could copy/paste GUI Element code ID from pfiddlesoft's UI browser. That way, Apple Shortcut would directly trigger or go to that element in one step. Without this, users would need to add Key Code 48 (Tab) "Tab" several times in order to reach that particular GUI element.
Hope these improvements can be added soon.
Additional request -
Instead of users adding Key Code Values manually, It is possible to have an action for the selecting the entire keyboard. Users would not know the values of Tab, Enter, Home, Page Up, Page Down, and etc. Maybe there can be a dropdown for selecting all the keystrokes?