The wonderful thing about Macs is that there are conventions...
On Jul 28, 2011, at 5:10 AM, Mark J Reed wrote:
> Why would you expect a script written for one app to work in another? There's no standard API for text editors, or any other application category. In general, a scripting dictionary has whatever the designers felt like putting into it, however they felt like doing so. There are a few conventions that apply to most AppleScript applications - generic things, like accessing windows and documents - but other than that, anything goes. So unless you find an editor whose scripting interface was specifically designed to be compatible with Tex-Edit's, I wouldn't expect any of your scripts to work.
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Robert Poland - Fort Collins, CO
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