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10.6: An AppleScript to compress a Finder selection
Authored by: regulus on Mar 04, '11 03:22:20PM
I didn't write the basic script code, I just improved it. The author's script only works when you select one file, thus my script works the same. The code can probably be improved to allow more than one item selected. So your problem seems to be that you're selecting several items in the Finder window... that's why I put error handling into the code... the error is telling you the problem... try it on just one item.
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Edited on Mar 04, '11 03:25:30PM by regulus


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10.6: An AppleScript to compress a Finder selection
Authored by: osxpounder on Mar 04, '11 09:22:13PM

Darn, I misunderstood. I thought you intended your script to handle more than one file. My mistake. Thanks, though!

I found that an Automator action can handle more than one file, but since it strips some metadata, I think I'll stick with using the right-click contextual menu in OS X instead.



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10.6: An AppleScript to compress a Finder selection
Authored by: prijker on Mar 05, '11 03:03:56AM

The original script handles several files. I dropped this part of the original code, but you could try to merge this code with mine



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