If you are interested please download it (from GitHub) and let me know what you think.
Big shoutout to @Kurt Gold for his ideas on localization and for providing all of the translations for the German version!
Also, thanks for everyone else's help along the way!
Just a note on my part: We didn't do any beta testing for the localised version.
Therefore a couple of translations will have to be adjusted, because there were strings in contexts that were not obvious by just working on the translation sheets.
So, some terms may sound a bit weird at the moment, but that will be enhanced in the upcoming days.
I just pushed a fix (v0.2.1) for the localization issue we encountered with the German version (mostly affecting tool access). In short, the translation program was replacing some substrings when it should have only been replacing entire strings. I have also updated some of the dialog strings to make regex searching a bit more precise during translation.
Also, @Kurt Gold and I will continue to work out any kinks in the translation and update as needed.
Interestingly, I can now use this panel on my Chinese version, the previous 0.10 version is not available.
A small suggestion, can you keep this panel window from being automatically closed? Now every time a command is executed, it will automatically close. If I want to execute another command, I will run this script again. This is a little inconvenient.... thank you.
Hey, I'm glad it's actually working for you now!
As for the palette closing automatically, that's kind of the general idea so changing that feature wouldn't make sense. It's really built to mimic the command palettes/launchers like Alfred App, Raycast, and the command palette in VS Code. This is why I recommend installing this action into your scripts folder (how-to), then tying it to a keyboard shortcut using something like Keyboard Maestro (Mac), BetterTouchTool (Mac), or AutoHotkey (Windows). I like to use the keyboard shortcut Command-Shift-P since it is somewhat mnemonic for "palette". You can then open it quickly from just your keyboard whenever you need to access it.
If you need to run multiple commands at a time, check out the workflow builder. It allows you to add multiple "steps" to a single command and then runs them one after another for you.
Let me know if you run into any other issues? Cheers!
However, I find that every time it runs through AutoHotKey, a warning box appears. You must click "continue" every time. Do you know how to cancel this warning box? Also, if the illustrator is a maximized window, every time the script is run through AutoHotKey, it will change the window size so that the illustrator is not a maximized window. Do you know how to set the window size to remain a maximized window without changing the window size? @jduncan
Steps to fix:
This should suppress the warning dialog going forward.
Just a simple addition to Josh's suggestion: If you don't have access to Keyboard Maestro, BetterTouchTool, AutoHotkey and the like, you may just record an action that opens the Command Palette script and assign a keyboard shortcut to that action.
@Kurt Gold that actually won't work as intended. You can read more about it here. But essentially, when you run a script from an action, and then that script tries to run another action, the first action blocks its execution and completely freezes up Illustrator. All other functions work fine, you just can't run an Action from within Ai Command Palette.