Before I say ANYTHING. I sincerely hope that no developers reply to this post saying "LEARN C!" or any other reply like that. If I wanted to learn that, I would have learned it already. Please just try and help with the problem I currently have. Now, I noticed a mistake by Apple with the latest SDK and Interface Builder. When developing for Mac OS X with Xcode, I usually make AppleScript applications. On the interface of the application, if I want to connect a button to an AppleScript (in the Xcode project,) I have to go this tab of the Attributes Inspector (seen below) Please Register or Log in to view images So first what I would normally do is highlight the button, just like this: Please Register or Log in to view images Then, I would go to the dropdown menu (Where it says "None") on the AppleScript Inspector (picture above) and I would click on the script that I would want the button to be connected to. Next, under "Event Handlers," It should have some options that say "performClick" etc, but they are not there. Basically, I cannot connect buttons to AppleScripts for any Mac OS X application that I want to build. Does anyone have a solution? Such as, a way to connect the buttons to the AppleScripts? Thank you!