I think you might just be able to find your way to the source of those commands through the Safari Debugger (if Developer options are enabled in your Safari installation) …
but – not sure what Jesse thinks – my personal guess is that they probably aren’t ideal material for learning JS or TaskPaper scripting:
- They will use a lot of private and lowel level API, rather than the set of cleaner and more abstract methods and properties exposed through the
editorobject to scripters.
(Perhaps a bit like learning to drive by peering under the hood, or studying the automobile production line. They are certainly JS source code, but I wouldn’t really call them scripts)
This is all correct.
You might have better luck learning by just browsing through:
Makes sense. Thanks for the prompt responses!