Script Debugger has a useful feature. When you create a tell application group of statements (e.g. drag an application name from the Inspector to the script text area), the entire name of the application is entered. For example, dragging System Events results in: tell application “System Events.app”. Upon compiling, Script Debugger very nicely removes the .app extension, as it should not be present.
However, if you manually change “application” to “process” in that tell statement and compile, Script Debugger does not trim off the extension, resulting in an error when the script is run.
It would be convenient if Script Debugger did so.
Mac Pro (late 2019)
Script Debugger 8A27