Eaglefiler can be Applescripted. This is wonderful.
But Eaglefiler does not show a custom Applescript Menu like other applications do.
For example PDFpenPro has a custom Applescript Menu that shows to the right of its last regular menu. Smile On My Mac stores its applescripts in /Users/MYACCOUNT/Library/Application Scripts/com.smileonmymac.PDFpenPro/ They automatically add default Applescripts to this folder when PDFpenPro is installed. And it’s Applescript menu has the option to open this scripts folder.
I wish Eaglefiler did the same - including the applescripts described on its support site.
Interestingly, work on this must have occurred in the past.
When I explored the Application Scripts folder, I found this folder: /Users/MYACCOUNT/Library/Application Scripts/com.c-command.EagleFiler.EagleFilerShare
Unfortunately, adding Applescripts to this folder did nothing to EagleFiler’s behavior. Nor did Eaglefiler show an Applescripts menu.