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      Latest reply on Nov 7, 2019 12:51 PM by mauricev
      xryan Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

        I'm building an app for people with disabilities that helps users control window size and positions with very minimal mouse movements, and it can all be done with the accessibility APIs and a global event monitor (no event taps or anything else needed). When sandboxing the app, the functionality does not work on windows outside of the app. I'm assuming that Accessibility APIs are no longer allowed for apps published to the App Store, although it is quite obvious that they were at some point. Moom (a recently featured app!), Magnet, BetterSnapTool, and I'm sure many others must make use of these APIs and they are all in the App Store. Is it true that I can't publish an app to the App Store that uses these same APIs to control windows outside of my own application?