I've been using this script (AppleScript) bound to a global hot key as an Automator Service to open new terminals using a global keyboard shortcut. After upgrade to OS X Mavericks when the corresponding service is triggered from literally any application, a new dialog box popus up saying that
"(Application name)" would like to control this computer using accessibility features.
And of course script fails to execute triggered from any application which has not been explicitly given permission via System Preferences.
Is there some way to globally allow accessibility control to any application running on my computer in OS X Mavericks, as it used to be in previous OS X releases?
The example script above was not the only script I had on global shortcuts, and whitelisting all installed applications is extremely painful, especially considering that an app may be whitelisted only after a failed "control" attempt...