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All applications that work with files should respond to the open command. The open command takes a single direct parameter: an alias or list of aliases to the files you want opened: tell application "Safari" open alias "Macintosh HD:Users:Hanaan:Sites:index.html" end tell tell application "Preview" open {alias "Macintosh HD:Users:Hanaan:Pictures:birthday_001.jpg", alias "Macintosh HD:Users:Hanaan:Pictures:birthday_002.jpg", alias "Macintosh HD:Users:Hanaan:Pictures:birthday_004.jpg"} end tell
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You can use the quit command to tell a running application to quit itself. For example: tell application "Preview" to quit Many applications include an optional saving parameter that takes one of three constant values: yes, no, or ask. This allows you to specify how you want documents with unsaved changes to be treated. The following script will tell Tex-Edit Plus to quit, saving any changes to existing files automatically: tell application "Tex-Edit Plus" activate quit saving yes end tell Unless you use the no option, if the user has previously unsaved document windows open, Tex-Edit Plus will still display the standard Save Changes Before Closing dialog box. If you want to make sure the user sees these dialog boxes, you can place an activate command before the quit command to bring the application to the foreground first. If the user clicks Cancel in the Save dialog box, the application will halt its shutdown procedure, and the quit command will generate a User canceled error instead.
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Whenever AppleScript sends a command to another application, it usually waits in order to get some communication from the application. This communication may be information your script wanted from the application or an indication that a command has executed properly. Two issues are related to the exchange between AppleScript and the scriptable application: should AppleScript wait for a response in the first place, and if it does, then just how long should it wait By default, AppleScript will wait up to two minutes for an application to respond to a command. However, you can use its considering, ignoring, and with timeout control statements to modify this behavior in various ways.
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Using the considering and ignoring control statements with the application responses attribute determines whether AppleScript will wait to see what response the application gives after AppleScript sends it a command. By default, when you use AppleScript to tell an application to do something, AppleScript won t continue the script until it hears from the application. Although this is usually OK, sometimes you want to send a command to an application and move on with the script. To tell AppleScript not to wait for a response to specific application commands, wrap those commands in an ignoring application responses block. Here is its syntax: ignoring application responses --one or more application commands go here end ignoring This will cause AppleScript to ignore any result values or error messages the application may generate in response to the commands within the ignoring block. Using this feature means you trust the application to complete the appointed task or you have other ways to verify that the task has been completed.
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The following script tells Photoshop to play an action but does not hang around to see how things worked out: tell application "Photoshop CS" ignoring application responses do script "Convert folder to JPG" from "Conversion action set" end ignoring end tell In the following script, you ask Adobe Acrobat Distiller to distill an Adobe PostScript file. Although you tell AppleScript to ignore any responses from Acrobat, you do check whether the file has been generated before reporting the job completed. In between, the script is free to get on with any other work you may want it to do. set source_posix_path to "/Users/hanaan/Desktop/temp_document.ps" set destination_hfs_path to "Macintosh HD:Users:hanaan:Desktop:final.pdf" set destination_posix_path to POSIX path of destination_hfs_path --Start the distilling process without waiting for it to complete tell application "Acrobat Distiller 6.0.1" ignoring application responses Distill sourcePath source_posix_path destinationPath destination_posix_path end ignoring end tell --While we're waiting for Acrobat to finish distilling the file, --the script can get on with performing other tasks here... --Wait here until we know that Acrobat has created the finished PDF file tell application "Finder" repeat until exists file destination_hfs_path delay 0.1 end repeat end tell --Perform any remaining operations involving the PDF file here... display dialog "PDF Done!"
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