I'm pleased to announce the emergence of ArcTwister.
This interface allows the users to adjust all the selected handles in an object and manipulate them in the same way.
Rather than show you how it works, I will let you get to know it by experimentation. I think it will do a pretty good job of explaining itself. This script only works on objects with anchors that are curved, so using it on a square isn't going to do anything. A circle, or rounded rectangle is a totally different story however...
The Arc Twister panel plays well with my other organify2 panel, however if you install two jsx flash interface scripts to your scripts folder, Adobe won't let your run them at the same time.
If you install only the .swf files to the scripts folder, and then run the jsx files (by double clicking on them) from any other location then Illustrator pops a warning, but they run perfectly in tandem. I'm sure Adobe is still working out the bugs on this system, but it's still really cool.
So far I've used the panel to make really quick scalloped edges by flipping the curves on rounded rectangles, but the fun doesn't stop there. Play with it a bit, the rabit hole just keeps going, and I'm not far enough down yet myself to tell you everything it can do. I'll post a tutorial in a bit for another fun application of the Arc Twister, meanwhile, see what you can make it do...