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Quechee Software

Bill Cheeseman, Principal

OS X Cocoa, AppleScript and GUI Scripting development for Macintosh

Bill Cheeseman
P.O. Box 326
Quechee, VT 05059-0326

billcheeseman@quecheesoftware.com

Quechee Software is the name under which Bill Cheeseman develops macOS applications for Macintosh computers in Objective-C and Swift using Apple's Cocoa frameworks, as well as AppleScript and GUI Scripting projects. Most of Quechee Software's work is devoted to the frameworks, developer utilities and other applications sold or distributed by PreForm Assistive Technologies, LLC on the PFiddlesoft website.

 

News from Quechee Software:

PFiddlesoft published a significant redesign of its website on November 29, 2016.

PFiddlesoft released new versions of both of its commercial frameworks, PFAssistive Framework 3.6.3 in January 2016 and PFEventTaps Framework version 1.5.2 in December 2015. They have been verified through macOS v10.12 Sierra.

PFiddlesoft also released a new version of its free developer utility, Event Taps Testbench 1.3.6, in December 2015, and its free developer utility, Accessibility Testbench 1.0.8, also remains available. They have been verified through macOS v10.12 Sierra.

PFiddlesoft released the latest version of its major commercial product, UI Browser 2.5.0, in October 2014. It has been successfully tested through macOS v10.12 Sierra. PFiddlesoft has discontinued work on its other major commercial product, UI Actions, and it is no longer available.

PFiddlesoft has also discontinued work on its PFiddle Collection applications, Applidude, Pointer Noodge and Waccy Accy, and they are no longer available.

PFiddlesoft's products are not offered on the Mac App Store. Most of Pfiddlesoft's products are based on Apple's Accessibility and Quartz Event Taps technologies, and third-party assistive applications for persons with disabilities are not eligible for the Mac App Store. To be sure of their authenticity, download PFiddlesoft's products directly from PFiddlesoft. All of them have been codesigned with PFiddlesoft's Apple Developer ID. If you are running OS X v10.8 Mountain Lion or newer, be sure to allow applications downloaded from the "Mac App Store and identified developers" in the General pane of Security & Privacy preferences in System Preferences.