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AppleScript from the Top Applescript for Beginners

DJMac317 (1166949) writes | more than 6 years ago

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DJMac317 writes "Have you ever wanted to know how to quickly and easily automate tasks in Mac OS X? AppleScript has been there for a while and is just waiting for you to take advantage of it's power. Learn the absolute basics of AppleScript, how to formulate scripts and make your code work for you.

Topics include: Tell Blocks, If and Try Statements, Repeat loops, path structure, how strings work, do shell script, scheduling using iCal and Cron, System Events, how to handle errors, the ins and outs of dialogs and alerts, setting up folder actions, creating droplets, and an introduction to AppleScript Studio."

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