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Add step forward/backward feature to QuickTime Player
Authored by: adrianm on Nov 12, '05 12:33:32AM
I presume also you can put said scripts in ~/Library/Scripts/Applications/Quicktime Player and assign a keystroke to the the script menu that appears when Quicktime player is active?

Although the Salling Clicker idea that someone mentioned seems like a very good idea to me.

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Add step forward/backward feature to QuickTime Player
Authored by: lucite on Nov 13, '05 04:31:21PM

How do you assign a keystroke to a script?



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Add step forward/backward feature to QuickTime Player
Authored by: adrianm on Nov 14, '05 02:55:02AM

The script appears in the global script menu.
Keystrokes are assigned in System Preferences, IIRC.
(I don't use it much myself)



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Add step forward/backward feature to QuickTime Player
Authored by: adrianm on Nov 15, '05 04:09:01AM

My mistake. System-wide keyboard shortcuts have no effect on the Script menu :-(

Shame.



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