Does AppleScript work on iOS?

Does AppleScript work on iOS?

First, AppleScript does not run on iOS. So anything you want to do with this technique will necessarily be on one particular Mac. (While I can imagine that it is possible to run other SSH commands from that Mac to other Macs, making all of that swing is beyond the scope of this article.)

What can you do with AppleScript?

Every day, businesses and individuals alike use AppleScript to create newspapers and books, manage networks, build DVDs, process images, generate web pages, backup files and folders, make videos, and much more. AppleScript is the most powerful, easy-to-use, automation tool available on any platform.

How to write your first AppleScript?

First,open Script Editor app. You can do it by:

  • Open Finder > Applications > Utilities > Script Editor,or
  • you can press CMD+Space on your Keyboard and type “Script Editor”
  • Create a new document
  • On Script Editor,type:
  • How do you do an include in AppleScript?

    use framework “Foundation”

  • on trimWhiteSpaceAroundString (theText)
  • — Create an NSString object from an AppleScript string
  • set theText to stringWithString_(theText) of NSString of current application
  • — Trim white space around the NSString
  • set theWhitespaceCharacterSet to whitespaceCharacterSet of NSCharacterSet of current application
  • How to tell an AppleScript to stop executing?

    end tell. Works for opening the calculator the first time, but then always open calculator back up once closed. I need help to write an applescript along the lines of: tell aplication “calculator” to activate. end tell. tell aplication “calculator” to close if aplication “calculator” is running unless “calculator” was activated by above tell

    How do I automate a key press in AppleScript?

    keystroke space using command down presses the spacebar while holding down the command key. This activates Spotlight. keystroke return hits the return key, starting TextEdit. Finally, keystroke “Hello world! types “Hello world!` into the new TextEdit window.