Here’s a simple script I wanted to share today: a quick way to get to the Batch Export window in ScreenFlow. My filter is always the same: Do I do this thing frequently enough to justify scripting it? Here, the answer is, again, “Yes!”
There is not much to write home about here. (I put comments in the script):
Since ScreenFlow is not addressable via AppleScript, I used the do shell script command to open the app.
I created a keyboard shortcut for the File > Batch Export… menu in ScreenFlow and used System Events to call it using keystroke
As mentioned in the comments, adjust that line of code to fit your desired keyboard shortcut. Since I set mine to Control-B, the line reads: keystroke "b" using control down
That’s it! Again…not your massive script here, but one I use a lot and that saves me a little time. If I can avoid driving the mouse on my screen, my life is better. It lives happily in the Script menu on my menu bar, alongside other useful Finder scripts.