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Create a Finder window update key
Authored by: osxpounder on May 24, '04 04:43:42PM

When I run the script, it pops up a dialog, asking me if I want to run it [I don't want it to ask me], and then it fails when I click OK, popping up another dialog that says "Can't continue" ... I think it's because I have only folders in this window, and no files.

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Create a Finder window update key
Authored by: osxpounder on May 24, '04 04:50:07PM

Neither the short script that mentions files, nor the script first mentioned, in the article itself, will run for me without first popping up a dialog box. What's up? Did I set some preference, in the forgotten past, to always ask me before running a script?

I have set YoupiKey to run it, and it's saved as an app, but still I get the dialog box.

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Create a Finder window update key
Authored by: xcgr on May 24, '04 06:34:44PM

When saving the script in Script Editor, there's an Option checkbox for "Startup Screen". Trying turning that off.



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Create a Finder window update key
Authored by: osxpounder on May 25, '04 04:17:54PM

Thanks! I didn't notice it. That makes the script run without popping up dialogs, just as you say.

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