I’ve noticed at least a couple of people mention this in other threads, including:
I second this. I’ve used AS for years and am pretty proficient at it, and am now getting into JXA. I just discovered Script Debugger recently and am very impressed, except disappointed that I can’t now use it with my new JS goals.
So yes, I too would be more than willing to pay more for a SD that also supports JXA.
@ComplexPoint Not sure if you’re suggesting this as an alternate solution (one I’m aware of, for the record, but thanks for mentioning it in case I wasn’t, and/or for the benefit of anyone else who isn’t), or if you’re pointing it out to show the tech exists for @alldritt to adapt into SD.
Of course I’d much prefer the latter - a single comprehensive app for all our macOS automation needs in one place (…and perhaps it could be made extendible [if that’s the word?] if Apple were to add other languages as peers of AS and JS in the future)…?