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Change a remote radioShark's station via AppleScript Other Hardware
I thought this simple AppleScript applet might be useful to someone else, so I'm posting it here...

It allows you to change the station on a radioShark attached to a remote Mac. You will need Remote Apple Events enabled in the Sharing System Preferences pane of the machine to which the radioShark is attached.

To use it, just copy and paste the AppleScript code directly into Script Editor. (It can also be downloaded directly from my site). Note: Don't forget to change the two instances of the remote address (the eppc:// URL) in the script to the address of the machine that has your RadioShark attached.

The AppleScript uses Growl; if you don't have Growl installed, you can safely delete the last section of the script (everything after the Notify tuning using Growl comment).
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Change a remote radioShark's station via AppleScript
Authored by: osxpounder on Oct 13, '06 01:25:32PM
Neat idea. When I tried compiling it, though, I got a Syntax Error: Expected class name but found identifier ... in the following line:

set allStations to every station

The word "station" is highlighted when the error pops up.

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What version of the RadioShark software are you using?
Authored by: Diggory on Oct 14, '06 06:30:33AM

What version of the RadioShark software are you using?

I'm using v 2.0.1 - older versions may have a different AS dictionary.



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