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Authored by: mark hunte on Apr 03, '09 12:43:19AM

I am not sure what your point is?, No one TOLD you to use spark, use what ever you want? so long as it allows you to make your hotkeys

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Authored by: Tim.Lance on Apr 03, '09 03:52:44AM

Wel my point is that you said not to run it from Script Editor. You said, "You need to use as a app like Spark." I said I did. Auto rename state no workie.



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Authored by: mark hunte on Apr 03, '09 04:51:04AM
Please re read my post.
"If you run this from Script Editor, you will not get the result you are after"

And I suggest you also re read you first post.
You said you where not getting the folder rename mode, This will happen if you run it in Script Editor

It is only in your last post where you first mention your attempt to use Spark.
And none of you stated HOW you ran the script before that.

It works for me in Spark with no problems.
For lack of info from you, I can only assume you ran it in script editor.
My response is to the question of how to implement it.

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Authored by: Tim.Lance on Apr 03, '09 06:36:35PM

I never said I used Spark. I never said I ran it in Script Editor. As this has deteriorated I'll now say I am done with chiming in here. I *will* keep on.



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Authored by: Anonymous on Apr 07, '09 04:56:58PM

Wow. "Works for me", eh? We're so happy for you. I'm glad you're using Spark, too. Others are not.

Carry on. As you were old chap.

I just wanted to say how this looks like a really useful little script, and maybe the logic and file operations could be done more efficiently and cross-platformilicated in a shell script; and just use Applescript for the user interface aspects. I might give it a go. I might not.



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