Quechee Software logo

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


Macintosh software products written by Bill Cheeseman and distributed by PFiddlesoft:

UI Browser

The "ultimate assistant" for Apple's GUI Scripting and Accessibility technologies, UI Browser helps you to explore, manipulate, and monitor the user interface of most macOS applications. It understands the arrangement of their user interface elements and enables you, with a single click, to generate useful AppleScript statements to control and automate them. It is also an invaluable utility for software developers to verify that their products comply with Apple's accessibility guidelines for computer users with disabilities.

Popular with satisfied scripters and developers for more than a decade.

Event Taps Testbench

A free utility to help macOS developers explore Quartz event taps. With event taps, an application can monitor, respond to, and modify user input events from the keyboard, mouse, scroll wheel, and tablet pointer in any application running on the computer.

Accessibility Testbench

A free utility with source code to help macOS developers take advantage of the new security technique that Apple introduced in OS X 10.9 Mavericks for allowing users to grant access to the computer using accessibility features.

The PFiddlesoft Frameworks

The PFAssistive and PFEventTaps Frameworks are Cocoa frameworks that you can license to write assistive applications and other software that makes use of Apple’s Accessibility and Quartz Event Taps APIs. Licenses are free for personal use and for use with free software.