They are provided as examples of how to use AppleScript to
control Disk Copy, and gain access to features not present in the user
interface. Create self-mounting image will prompt the user to select a
disk image, verify it, then let the user save it as a self-mounting
image. AppleScripts can be executed directly from Disk Copy by placing
them in a folder named ïScriptsÍ in the same folder as Disk Copy. When
a Scripts folder containing AppleScripts is present, a new menu will
appear in Disk Copy named ñScriptsî. AppleScripts selected from this
menu will have their ñon runî handler executed.
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