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AppleScript - Wikipedia


AppleScript is a scripting language created by Apple Inc. and built into the Classic Mac OS since System 7 and into all versions of macOS. The term ...

Introduction to AppleScript Language Guide - Apple Developer


Jan 25, 2016 ... This document is a guide to the AppleScript language—its lexical conventions, syntax, keywords, and other elements. It is intended primarily for ...

Introduction to AppleScript Overview - Apple Developer


Oct 31, 2007 ... AppleScript Overview provides a high-level overview of AppleScript and its related technologies to help you determine where you can use them ...

AppleScript: The Language of Automation - OS X Automation


AppleScript is an English-like language used to create script files that control the actions of the computer and the applications that run on it. Much more than just ...

AppleScript: Beginner's Tutorial - OS X Automation


To accomplish this goal, you'll learn the fundamentals of AppleScript, and then put them to use as we step through the creation of a Finder Toolbar script, that ...

AppleScript: Beginner's Tutorial - OS X Automation


To write a script, you'll use the Script Editor application installed in your system. You can find this application in the AppleScript folder located in the Applications  ...

AppleScript: Topics - OS X Automation


AppleScript is used in a wide variety of ways within Mac OS X and its hosted applications. This section provides links to script examples you can incorporate into ...

10 AppleScripts to make you love your Mac (even more ...


May 21, 2009 ... AppleScript can let you automate tedious tasks and add a slew of useful features. We offer 10 ways you can use it to make your life easier.

The unlikely persistence of AppleScript | Macworld


Dec 12, 2012 ... Nobody loves AppleScript. Few people really use it. So why has it stuck around now for nearly 20 years?

The Ultimate Beginner's Guide To AppleScript - Computer Skills


Jul 16, 2012 ... The best part about AppleScript is that you don't have to be a genius programmer to use it. In fact, you don't have to have any programming ...