I changed imac and now I have monterey Unfortunately Extendscript toolkit no longer works There is a similar application to use
Sublime text non supportate.
MS Visual Studio Code + ExtendScript Debugger extension from Adobe.
Text Editor Applications: Common free or commercial plain text editors suitable for code saving include –
Cross-platform: Atom, Sublime Text, MS Visual Studio Code + Adobe ExtendScript Debugger
Mac: Apple TextEdit (ensure that the Format menu is set to Plain Text mode, not Rich Text mode), BBEdit
Windows: MS Notepad, Adobe ExtendScript Toolkit (32-bit only), Notepad++
VSCode + ExtendScript Debugger plugin ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Is your code not for Windows? I wanted something that looks like Extendscript
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VsCode is a cross platform editor.
The main advantage is the official ExtendScript Debugger plugin (the first version was terrible, the second version has become much more convenient and stable, but it still does not support M1 (Intel-only)).
The main disadvantage is the lack of hints on the object model while working with the code. The object tree is visible only during debugging.
The editor supports themes, panels can be dragged around the screen. That is, if you wish, you can achieve a visual resemblance to the ExtendScript Toolkit. Yes, you will need some time to get used to it, but it's worth it - the convenience of working with the code (largely due to the huge number of different extensions) is incomparably higher than in the ExtendScript Toolkit