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Load multiple AppleScript dictionaries in Script Editor
Authored by: DougAdams on Mar 06, '03 06:36:41PM
Here's a tip I got from Jesse Shanks: Copy the entire dictionary to a PDF file (or any text file, for that matter) and open it whenever you want. You'll only have to have Script Editor open an aete when you haven't opened it previously. Major time saver.

Doug
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Load multiple AppleScript dictionaries in Script Editor
Authored by: DougAdams on Mar 06, '03 06:38:22PM

Oh yeah....printing them out works, too.

Doug

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Save AppleScript dictionaries in Script Editor
Authored by: DougAdams on Oct 13, '03 06:55:15PM

Oh yeah: Script Editor 2 allows you to save AppleScript Dictionaries for easy opening anytime. Just open one and click Save As in the Script Editor File menu. It will want to save it to the tmp folder, but you just go ahead and save it somewhere in Documents er someplace and stick an alias to it in a DragThing Dock, like we do at our house.



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