Script Dictionary to HTML
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This is a free-ware to translate "Dictionary" of AppleScript terminology of specified application into HTML format. You can browse the dictionary in a style of Web browsing, save it into your HTML file, and print it. It could provide you a big help if your are writing AppleScript and/or developing a scriptable application. Differently from Script Editor, it doesn't launch the target application, and it shows addtional list of supported commands for each class and description for each enumerator.

It supports only newer MacOS X format of scripting suite and terminology
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X 10.2 or later



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Downloads:1,970
Version Downloads:1,546
Type:Internet : Reference
License:Free
Date:06 Apr 2005
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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This is a free-ware to translate "Dictionary" of AppleScript terminology of specified application into HTML format. You can browse the dictionary in a style of Web browsing, save it into your HTML file, and print it. It could provide you a big help if your are writing AppleScript and/or developing a scriptable application. Differently from Script Editor, it doesn't launch the target application, and it shows addtional list of supported commands for each class and description for each enumerator.

It supports only newer MacOS X format of scripting suite and terminology under application bundles, but not older style of resource format. Mail, iCal, iChat, et al are in the new style, but Finder and QuickTime Player are typical applications of this unsupported style.


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