SafariScript
SafariScript
1.2

4.0

SafariScript free download for Mac

SafariScript

1.2
04 October 2006

Installs a full featured ScriptMenu for Safari.

Overview

SafariScript installs a full featured ScriptMenu for Safari. And you can easily assign hotkeys to any of your scripts.

What's new in SafariScript

Version 1.2:
  • Menu was not showing up [fixed]

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Eric-Caldwell
03 October 2006

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Installed it and nothing... No script icon on the menu.
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Version 1.0
Orion-Mk-V
05 October 2006
Spiffy little bit-o-freeware. It'll definitely come in handy since so little of Safari modifiable. The extra scripts on the website are particularly handy.
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Version 1.2
Nadamac
04 October 2006
Finally found the reason for the non-appearing menu: Some binaries were missing in the download package. Please remove any old version and install the new one (1.1). The point for SafariScript is that you can use it without having to enable the script menu in every app. And more important: You can assign hot keys (by simply renaming the script) to your commands. That's not possible with Apple's Script Menu.
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Version 1.0.1
Ray16
04 October 2006
Still same result: nothing I'm I missing something???
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Version 1.0.1
Cpruitt
04 October 2006
I'm not sure wat the point is. With the system wide script meu, every App in OS X is given an availale script menu. Just use the AppleScript Utility in your Applications folder to turn it on. Then add any scripts you want by opening the Application's Scripts forlder (e.g. Script Menu > Open Scripts Folder > Open Safari Scripts Folder) This app is a bit redundant.
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Version 1.0.1
Pontius
03 October 2006
1.0.1 not working either.
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Version 1.0
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Nadamac
Nadamac
03 October 2006
pontius, do you have an Intel mac, too? Do you have a folder ~/Library/Frameworks (where ~is your home folder)? If not then please create it and run the installer again. If that folder exists: is there a folder CocoaScriptMenu.framework in it?
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Version 1.0
Pontius
Pontius
03 October 2006
Yeah. I have an Intel mac. OS 10.4.8. And CocoaScriptMenu.framework is in my Frameworks-folder in my home-folder. So...
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Version 1.0
Nadamac
Nadamac
03 October 2006
and if you do a "Get Info (cmd-I)" on the file Frameworks/CocoaScriptMenu.framework/CocoaScriptMenu, does it say "Document (Universal)"?
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Version 1.0
Pontius
Pontius
03 October 2006
No. It says Unix Executable Universal. Could this be a PithHelmet problem?
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Version 1.0
Eric-Caldwell
03 October 2006
Installed 1.01 and same results. No menu icon. I have a MBP 17 with 10.4.8
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Version 1.0
2 answer(s)
Nadamac
Nadamac
03 October 2006
Eric, do you have a folder ~/Library/Frameworks (where ~is your home folder)? If not then please create it and run the installer again. If that folder exists: is there a folder CocoaScriptMenu.framework in it?
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Version 1.0
Eric-Caldwell
Eric-Caldwell
03 October 2006
Yes, it's in my home library folder. The installer is putting the files in the right place (so it seems) but nothing on the menu.
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Version 1.0
Nadamac
03 October 2006
Sorry for the problems with the installer. Please download SafariScript 1.0.1
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Version 1.0
Ray16
03 October 2006
Where's the beef? with PPC Mac, and last build of 10.3.9 I only have the Script symbol and nothing more. What gives???
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Version 1.0
Pontius
03 October 2006
Installed, even rebooted. No menu...
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Version 1.0
Tfindlay
03 October 2006
Ditto, no script menu on my Intel iMac. I checked the Library folders where items should be installed and they were all there (after I created a Safari folder in the Application Support folder). I tried restarting my machine but still no joy.
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Version 1.0
Free

4.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
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