An Object Path
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An Object Path is a droplet to retrieve the AppleScript-friendly location for a file or folder quickly; also an application. You can either double-click the droplet to browse for the file or folder, or you can drop the file or folder onto the droplet to get its location. The location gets copied to the clipboard immediately, which can then be pasted into the Script Editor app or any other script editing program. Based on Ben Lawson's Drop Shell 1.0 AppleScript example.
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PPC, Mac OS X 10.2 or later







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Downloads:3,365
Version Downloads:2,547
Type:Utilities : AppleScript
License:Free
Date:10 Feb 2004
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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An Object Path is a droplet to retrieve the AppleScript-friendly location for a file or folder quickly; also an application. You can either double-click the droplet to browse for the file or folder, or you can drop the file or folder onto the droplet to get its location. The location gets copied to the clipboard immediately, which can then be pasted into the Script Editor app or any other script editing program. Based on Ben Lawson's Drop Shell 1.0 AppleScript example.


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