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It works well, but has its drawbacks.
Authored by: james_sorenson on Apr 04, '03 02:03:56PM

Okay, it works as long as you use the latest script menu. No logout or reboot required. The idea is that that it takes those scripts and make them all appear at the root level at the bottom of the menu. So, instead of having to peruse through folders, you can make all relevant scripts to the application appear directly at the bottom of the menu. However, the menu rebuilds itself each time you select it after changing applications. I highly reccommend you trim any scripts you don't use from the /Library/Scripts folder that comes pre-installed with MacOS X to speed things up. Otherwise, it's very nice. I don't have to see the folders of my other 10 applications when I'm just dealing with iTunes scripts, and I don''t have to navigate through folders. Overall another good hint for the site.

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latest script menu
Authored by: jzsimon on Apr 06, '03 06:10:04PM

> Okay, it works as long as you use the latest script menu.

Which one is that? How can you tell?

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