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TerryB

Applescript Utility in Mojave?

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Hi all!

I am currently using a 2012 Mac mini Server and a Synology DS416 to store the majority pf my media.  

I have many recordings of shows etc  stored in iTunes on the DS and I normally annotate the lyrics metadata with my notes about the recording,  I can (could) then search for a particular item.

In view of the limitations of the iTunes software relic, I was able, historically, to search in iTunes using the AppleScript Lyrics 1.0 (which incidentally I had a hell of job re-locating on the web!).

Previously I used the Applescript Utility to add this script but I notice that this does not exist in Mojave.

Any ideas please on how to use this now, or is there a more up-to-date approach?

TerryB

 

PS how has the web become a real jungle?:  there appears to be such a mass of antique data out there which I have not yet found how to exclude (you will note how old this script is too!).

 

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on Mohave AppleScript was largely removed. even the AppleScript Editor was renamed to Script Editor.

https://support.apple.com/guide/script-editor/welcome/mac

some of the functions of AS Utility were dropped into that app. for example the add to Menu feature.

http://www.twdesigns.com/how_to/how_to_reveal_applescript_menu.php

Edited by johnfoster

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