There are applications which have script icon in menu like iTunes, NetNewsWire, TaskPaper and it is easy to create script for those apps and assign shortcut (using Keyboard pref pane), but most don't have such icon, submenu and possibility to assign shortcut. Can this be triggered somehow (for example Info.plist) or it is programmed inside app?
I need this to make ⌘W hide window instead of closing and I need this only for certain apps (TaskPaper and Sqlite Pro). I tried to assign ⌘W on hide action, but this way ⌘H stops working (as only one shortcut can be assigned). So, for TaskPaper I created script, which is visible through its script menu and shortcut can be assigned, but Sqlite Pro lacks such menu, and I am looking for solution to assign ⌘W to hide Sqlite Pro without breaking ⌘H doing the same.