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Chapter 6. AppleScript Basics > Using Script Menu

Using Script Menu

Mac OS X 10.2 includes Script Menu, a utility that adds a script access menu to the menu bar (Figure 17). Once installed, you can use Script Menu’s menu to access scripts that come with Mac OS X or add your own scripts to the menu.

Tips

  • The submenus that appear on the Script Menu menu (Figure 17) correspond to the folders in the Scripts folder. These folders are full of scripts that come with Mac OS X 10.2. You can open the Scripts folder by choosing Open Scripts Folder from the Script Menu menu (Figure 17) or by double-clicking the Example Scripts alias in the AppleScript folder (Figure 1).

    Figure 17. Script Menu puts a menu full of scripts on the right end of the menu bar.

  • Script Menu also enables you to take advantage of Folder Actions, which is discussed on the next page.



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