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Posts in category Scripting :
It looks like the MacWeb has finally noticed my baby! No, not that one. The ugly one. And hey, I got a shout out from no less than John Gruber, which probably single-handedly advances me a degree or two closer to Kevin Bacon.
It’s a nice feeling to see your name in the [...]
Taking so many pictures of Amaya really expanded my horizons for photography and whetted my appetite for more serious gear, so a few months ago I picked up a new Nikon D50 DSLR. It's a pretty sweet camera, instantly responding to any command, whether it's power-on, autofocus, shutter release, or even scrolling through images [...]
AppleScript is remarkable for being perhaps the worst programming language in modern history that has managed nonetheless to reach a wide audience. This unlikely success can be attributed to the fact that application scripting is fantastically useful and, when it comes to application scripting on the Mac platform, AppleScript has always been pretty much [...]
This is a script that exports an iPhoto album to an Album album. It's my first attempt at application scripting using Hamish Sanderson's appscript. You need a working installation of appscript, Album, and iPhoto, and you need an existing Album album. See the comments at the top of the script for installation [...]