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A set of AppleScripts to create a scrapbook in Safari
Authored by: paulrob on Dec 12, '03 10:02:38AM

Hello again!

I've recovered from the flu - and had a chance to get on a machine running 10.3.1 - and made a new script for 10.3 only that works on the two machines I've tried.

Follow the link as before and read the "SCRAPBOOK notes.rtf" file for further details.



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A set of AppleScripts to create a scrapbook in Safari
Authored by: dpwk on Dec 12, '03 05:21:29PM

STILL doesn't work. NSReceiverEvaluationScriptBlahBlah #4 or somesuch.

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A set of AppleScripts to create a scrapbook in Safari
Authored by: polymathic on Dec 12, '03 07:33:17PM

Hmmm. I can't seem to save "Add to scrap..." as an app. Says there is some error about expected end of line but finding: "

It's here:
tell attribute "AXFocused"

Looking forward to trying this script once it works!



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A set of AppleScripts to create a scrapbook in Safari
Authored by: polymathic on Dec 13, '03 03:16:47AM

Okay... I managed to compile the script. For some reason, it began working when the name was changed. But, unfortunately, I still get the same error: NSReceiverEvaluationScript #4

:-(

I'm running 10.3.1



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A set of AppleScripts to create a scrapbook in Safari
Authored by: palnudb on Dec 22, '03 12:16:22AM

OK I am trying to get the scrapbook scripts for 10.3 to run but, I can't get the "enable access for assistive devices" to turn on you click on it and it flashes the check mark and disappears. I am running 10.3.1 on a g4 agp. I searched around the apple support KB but it does show any similar problems.

Any ideas?

TIA
palnudb

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