Apple Safari AppleScripts
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Set of pre-written Safari browser AppleScripts.   Free
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Safari, Apple's Web browser, has the power to be AppleScriptable. This contains a pack of pre-written AppleScripts for connecting Safari to iPhoto, phone lists, thumb nail linked images, and more.
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PPC, Mac OS X 10.2.3 or later, Apple Safari.









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Anonymous reviewed on 14 Nov 2003
A must have for hard core Safari users. Unfortunately I had to go through a couple of steps just to get the script menu to show up (in order to use the scripts). Worth every effort.
[Version 1.0]

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Anonymous commented on 19 Mar 2004
Can you tell me what I need to do in order to install the Safari AppleScripts? I can't make it work!
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Anonymous commented on 19 Mar 2004
From the ReadMe file that comes with the download:

Some scripts require installation of the GUI Scripting beta software: www.apple.com/applescript/GUI/

For instructions on installing the scripts in the Script Menu: www.apple.com/applescript/script_menu/

(and generally, you can use Mac Help, built-in to Mac OS, to learn how to 'install' scripts)
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Anonymous commented on 19 Mar 2004
Thanks, I already got it to work. Do you know how I can make a shortcut for that? I tried in System Preferences, but it's for a menu in the program, not for a Script.
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Anonymous commented on 19 Mar 2004
shortcut for what? you do not make it clear.
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Anonymous commented on 19 Mar 2004
Sorry... o, i want to make a shortcut for the "Windows to Full Screen" script, do you know how to do that? That is, a shortcut to some script in particular?
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Anonymous commented on 19 Mar 2004
well, if you are using the AppleScript Menu, freeware, your scripts will show up in the AppleScript Menu menubar item.
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Anonymous reviewed on 12 Jan 2003
I don't get it. Does Safari have an applescript menu? Guess you have to use the global script menu...
[Version 1.0]


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Downloads:13,244
Version Downloads:5,946
Type:Utilities : AppleScript
License:Free
Date:09 Jan 2003
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Safari, Apple's Web browser, has the power to be AppleScriptable. This contains a pack of pre-written AppleScripts for connecting Safari to iPhoto, phone lists, thumb nail linked images, and more.


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