Latest Shortcuts for macOS Has Vast Improvements

What's new in Shortcuts in iOS 15.4 and macOS 12.3:

“End If” and “End Repeat” can now be dragged in the Shortcuts editor

That’s a big deal. I’ve abandoned attempts at refactoring shortcuts solely because I couldn’t move entire blocks of If statements.

“Combine Images” no longer produces empty images on macOS

I ran into this bug right away and couldn’t believe it. 

The "Shortcuts Events" app, which provides scripting functionality for Shortcuts on macOS, no longer needs to be opened manually before it can be used from scripts

This is potentially a big deal? I don’t know enough about how Shortcuts works but I’ve run into many problems running Shortcuts via apps like Hazel, and I bet some of them were because of the above issue they resolved.

This is a great update.

Ryan M. @kurite