I’m relatively new to this forum and just wanted to say first how indispensable it has been this past year as I’ve been trying to teach myself AppleScript. Thanks to all of the community for their help!
I’m currently working on a project that uses the “Full Keyboard Access” feature in OS X (particularly for tabbing purposes). My question is: is there anyway to check if Full Keyboard Access has been enabled? The System Preferences dictionary only has a boolean for checking Assistive Devices ” perhaps there is something similar in AppleScript? Or maybe a “defaults read” command in Terminal?
In my efforts to find a solution, I stumbled upon the ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.systempreferences.plist file and examined it. There is indeed a key titled “fullkeyboardaccess” but unfortunately whenever I toggle access on/off, the key does not change (and vice-versa)! I wonder which plist is actually mapped…
I’ve tried to do a good bit of searching before using everyone’s time but came up empty. Any ideas?
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