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 Post subject: How do you view applescript Dictionary in RB 2005?
PostPosted: Thu Oct 06, 2005 4:04 pm 
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When I use the "Open Dictionary..." command from the File menu of Apple's Script Editor 2.1 None of my RB 2005 versions are on the presented list. Furthermore, browising to either the ".app" package, or to a copy the the embedded application pulled out of the package shows the files grayed out. Does RB 2005 offer a dictionary that's viewable or an Applescript support beyond open and close? The Script Editor was willing to show the dictionary for RB 5.5.3 just fine.

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AppleScript support for RB2005 has not been implemented at this time. However, I believe there are some feature requests in the feedback system you can sign on to for this support.


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Okay, dumb question time: why hasn't it? I would think someone could take advantage, or make use, of something like that. (Providing, of course, you have good things to utilize...:) )

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