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applescript automator applescriptobjc

red_menace's Products

MacBook Pro (15-inch Early 2011), OS X Mavericks (10.9), Xcode 5
Classic ][ (1992)
G3 Minitower (1998)
G4 Digital Audio (2004)
G4 Mini (2005)
MacBook Pro early 2008

Recent Activity

red_menace replied to Applescript say app names during Cmd + Tab

"The application switcher isn't scriptable, but you might try using VoiceOver since that does speak the application name."

in Mac OS X Technologies 1 replies
23 hours ago
red_menace replied to refining an applescript

"When using a stay-open application, it stays open via the idle handler, which is periodically executed after the run handler has completed. "

in Mac OS X Technologies 24 replies
4 days ago
red_menace replied to refining an applescript

"The comment was just a reminder that after the run handler does its thing, the rest of a stay-open application is typically whatever is in t"

in Mac OS X Technologies 24 replies
4 days ago
red_menace replied to refining an applescript

"The connection error might be due to a time difference between when the check is made and the application quits, so you might try increasing"

in Mac OS X Technologies 24 replies
4 days ago
red_menace replied to refining an applescript

"I was referring to the application being run from the iTunes script menu.  I ran a test application similar to twtwtw's earlier, and there w"

in Mac OS X Technologies 24 replies
4 days ago
red_menace replied to refining an applescript

"You had mentioned that the application stays open, but since a regular AppleScript doesn't put up a window, something else must be happening"

in Mac OS X Technologies 24 replies
4 days ago
red_menace replied to refining an applescript

"Regular AppleScript doesn't put up any windows - is there something else that your script is doing?"

in Mac OS X Technologies 24 replies
4 days ago
red_menace replied to Automator:

"Automator doesn't have a way to customize a popup like that, unless you want to write your own action or something.  A Run AppleScript actio"

in Mac OS X Technologies 3 replies
5 days ago
red_menace replied to Who to contact for ideas and news features to add on smart phones

"You can always provide feedback to Apple, but they are not interested in your ideas."

in Developer Forums 1 replies
6 days ago
red_menace replied to Automator script ALWAYS fails when run as Application? (what?*O.o)

"You don't mention specifically what you are doing, but if it is something like using "Watch Me Do", that is notoriously unreliable.  If you"

in OS X Mavericks 2 replies
1 week ago
red_menace replied to OS X Development: Doing 2 things with a button

"That sounds like you are talking about connecting the button to one of the predefined actions.  Just connect the button to your own action m"

in Developer Forums 3 replies
1 week ago
red_menace replied to OS X Development: Doing 2 things with a button

"A button doesn't force you to only do one thing - that would be your code.  What have you done so far?"

in Developer Forums 3 replies
1 week ago
red_menace replied to AppleScript: How to self-close AppleScript Editor window after execution of its own script?

"The AppleScript Editor won't let you close the document while the script is running.  You don't neccessarily need to use the editor to run y"

in Mac OS X Technologies 11 replies
1 week ago
red_menace replied to AppleScript: How to self-close AppleScript Editor window after execution of its own script?

"What exactly are you trying to do?  As the error message states, you can't close a document while the script is still running, although you"

in Mac OS X Technologies 11 replies
1 week ago
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