Do you want to continue learning AppleScript? Take a look at this post and I’ll teach you how to use all sorts of AppleScript functions to make interesting and useful scripts! This post focuses on user input and interacting with the computer.
In the first two posts of this series, you learned the basics of AppleScript. This post will now build on those even more by teaching you about if-then blocks, try blocks, and all the fun stuff you can do with them! Here’s what you should remember. From the first post, remember how to: And from [...]
In the second installment of our AppleScript tutorials, we explore the usage of variables and other basic AppleScript techniques. This lesson builds upon the Getting Started with AppleScript guide, so you’ll want to check out that article first.
AppleScript is a scripting language included with all new Apple computers. If your Mac is running OS 9 or later (which it hopefully is) you’ll already have AppleScript installed. Using AppleScript, you can create a script that automates many tasks on your mac, and create simple “applets”. This guide will go into some of the basics of writing AppleScript and some potential uses for it.