Yes, and thanks! Sorry if I didn’t make that clear.
A bit more on this idea …
In the past I have supported running scripts from app menu items. I don’t remember if I ever did this with TaskPaper, but it used to be pretty standard for Mac apps to support a dedicated script menu, and I know some of mine did!
I don’t support this in TaskPaper for a number of reasons:
This doesn’t seem to be something many apps do now days.
Instead I think Apple wants people to use the system wide script menu instead. I guess that’s probably what killed the convention of apps providing their own… though I understand that for a number of cases this isn’t ideal. In particular I don’t think you can assign keyboard shortcuts.
There are also many tools like FastScripts or Keyboard Maestro or Alfred that can run scripts and assign keyboard shortcuts, and I think most people who use a lot of scripts already use one of those tools.
The end result being that for now I don’t see much value in adding yet another way to run scripts, even if it would make some things easier.
My opinion/circumstances may change again. In particular when I add scripting to the new app “Bike” that I’m working on I might change my mind again.