Standalone not accepting applescripts?
tkuypers at dmp-int.com
Mon May 8 10:26:50 EDT 2006
:-) Thanks, now it works!
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On 8-mei-06, at 14:52, Ken Ray wrote:
> On 5/8/06 6:48 AM, "Ton Kuypers" <tkuypers at dmp-int.com> wrote:
>> I've created an app which sends applescripts to Adobe InDesign. To
>> give the user a feedback of the status the script I send includes a
>> "do script" to my app:
>> tell application "myApplication"
>> do script "put " & quote & "Opening template..." & quote & " into
>> fld Info of stack Main"
>> END tell
>> When I use this in the IDE, "myApplication" is "Revolution" and this
>> works fine, but when creating a standalone it gives an error.
>> When I try to run the script manually using Script Debugger, it gives
>> the same error, when I look at the scripting dictionary of the
>> standalone I found out that it is not scriptable...
>> Am I missing something or is this a bug? And more important, is there
>> a work-around?
> It's a bug... Back in March, it was reported that Revolution itself
> appearing to be scriptable, and it was because it was missing an
> al-important "Revolution.rsrc" file that should have been in the
> Apparently this has been fixed for Rev, but the Standalone Builder
> know to move and modify a copy of this file into standalones.
> Go into the bundle, and copy Contents/Resources/Revolution.rsrc
> into the
> same place in the bundle of your standalone. Change the name of
> the .rsrc
> file to match the name of your standalone (i.e. the same name as the
> 'engine' file, which is located in Contents/MacOS), and you should
> be good
> to go.
> Ken Ray
> Sons of Thunder Software
> Web site: http://www.sonsothunder.com/
> Email: kray at sonsothunder.com
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