The new automation in OmniOutliner 5.2 for Mac is very good, but it lacks methods for listening to user actions. This would enable the scripts to be run after user changes data or style and would open whole new opportunities.
In the Looking Back, Looking Ahead—2017 Edition blog post, there were these examples:
In OmniOutliner, you could make a handler script which automatically adds the values from two columns to produce a third column. Or which turns a row red when its balance column goes negative. Or even a mortgage calculator.
This probably means what I’m asking for, so this is probably only a matter of time and will be added in later releases. Am I correct in assuming that?