There is also an inline script menu item in the third box (B) that shows many types of scripts. I have not used this feature very much so I can’t comment on it.
One other things about Typinator is that it is one of those apps that runs from the menubar and not like Typinator or other apps. I forget the term for this but, Typinator runs on active system resources all the time rather than only when it gets launched as TaskPaper does. Yes, you can still quit it but when it is running, it is still associated directly with system resources.
This is one of the many reasons I like Typinator so much more than TextExpander that I used to use. Typinator, aside for having a lot of features, is very stable. My experience with TextExpander was that it behaved more like a standard app that was always trying to grab system resources in the midst of doing something to text and frankly, at least in my experience, crashed far too much. Typinator is very stable and it rarely crashes. But, I digress. I hope this helps.