ScriptPal
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ScriptPal floats a persistent HUD (heads-up display) palette above iTunes putting just the AppleScripts you need a mouse-click or two away.

Instead of having to click and scroll through iTunes' Script menu over and over again for just the two or three scripts you need during a big job or for the handful of scripts you use most frequently, let ScriptPal keep your most-needed AppleScripts conveniently ready and able to be launched with a double-click...or edited in Script Editor with an option-click...or arranged into compact and reusable Workgroups

What's New
Version 1.1:
  • Now displays User and/or Local Scripts folders
  • Now add a script to an existing Workgroup via contextual menu
  • Fixed issue with unresolved aliases
  • Fixed minor issue with non-responsive shortcuts
  • may 26, '09
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.5 or later



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+5

mutzie reviewed on 11 May 2009
Great... I like it when i'm working on my library.
[Version 1.0.2]


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asmeurer commented on 01 May 2009
This looks good, but it doesn't seem to support scripts in the /Library/iTunes/Scripts folder. It only works with the ~/Library/iTunes/Scripts/ folder. Please change this.
[Version 1.0]

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+26
Doug'S Applescripts (developer) replied on 03 May 2009
ScriptPal was written for users of scripts downloaded from my site, Doug's AppleScripts for iTunes, where I intended to offer ScriptPal exclusively. (It was not my intention to have ScriptPal posted publicly, but MacUpdate has a habit of grabbing stuff like this from my site and posting it. Oh well.)

I instruct users of my scripts to install them in the user's Scripts folder rather than the local Scripts folder which is why this folder is not checked for scripts.

A future version may include options to examine this / folder as well as the iTunes Applications Scripts folder in the ~ and / directories that are used by the system's Script menu in the menu bar. But not very soon.
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+41
Adrian replied on 26 May 2009
A shame that, as it would make it more attractive to me.
Come to that, making it a more generalised script handler would be better still.
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Anonymous commented on 26 May 2009
Arianbolt: you did see that the latest version works with Local and User Scripts folders? It is unlikely that I will be developing ScriptPal for any scriptable apps other than iTunes.
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Downloads:1,141
Version Downloads:732
Type:Utilities : AppleScript
License:Free
Date:25 May 2009
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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ScriptPal floats a persistent HUD (heads-up display) palette above iTunes putting just the AppleScripts you need a mouse-click or two away.

Instead of having to click and scroll through iTunes' Script menu over and over again for just the two or three scripts you need during a big job or for the handful of scripts you use most frequently, let ScriptPal keep your most-needed AppleScripts conveniently ready and able to be launched with a double-click...or edited in Script Editor with an option-click...or arranged into compact and reusable Workgroups

Features:
  • Have quick and easy access to the iTunes AppleScripts in the iTunes "Scripts" folder, including aliases to AppleScripts elsewhere
  • Launch AppleScripts with a double-click
  • Display only the scripts you need
  • Organize and save collections of scripts into re-loadable Workgroups
  • See a script's System Preferences-assigned iTunes shortcut keys
  • Open and edit scripts in Script Editor
  • Reveal a script's file and "Get Info" window in the Finder
  • Create new folders in the "Scripts" folder
  • Access a script's "Read Me"
  • Search for a script's entry here at dougscripts.com


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