MacBook Pro (2017), running the MacOS Ventura (13.0)
Applescript aspects of BTT.
Description of the bug
As per the latest update, all of my Applescripts are starting to act weird - they seem to take a unusually long time to run (to the point where some of the scripts are no longer usable). For example, I have a version of your "Touch & Slide buttons for brightness & volume" that no longer works, as it takes too long to execute. Along with this problem, the Applescript editor takes significant time to just do the "Compile / Test" functionality, with the execution of the script itself also taking a long time - even for very simple scripts. The problem has made Applescript somewhat unstable in BTT. One time it even crashed BTT, but unfortunately I did not manage to save the crash log.
The described problem only seems to affect Applescripts, as all of my shell scripts and other widgets run just fine with no problems. The problem with Applescripts seeming unstable in BTT is something I have experienced before in previous updates (a long time ago), but eventually got fixed, so I am hoping there is a fix for it this time around also.
If anything else is needed, I will be happy to provide additional information.
(I have, of course, tried restarting both BTT and my system - to no avail).