Tuesday, September 21, 2021

#1 2021-07-28 08:07:57 am

peavine
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From:: Prescott, Arizona
Registered: 2018-09-04
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My Editor Setting

AppleScripts contained in MacScripter posts contain the header "Open this Scriplet in your Editor." When I click on this header, the script is opened in Script Editor. However, my default macOS editor is Script Debugger, and I couldn't find a way to change this in my MacScripter profile. Is there some way to set my editor to Script Debugger? Thanks for the help.


2018 Mac mini - macOS Catalina - Script Debugger 8

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#2 2021-07-28 12:05:34 pm

db123
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Registered: 2020-12-07
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Re: My Editor Setting

I have set the Script Debugger as the Default Scripteditor in the Script Editor Settings and the Scripts are opened in the Script Debugger.

Edit: I have also set "Respond to applescript:// URLs in web pages" in the Script Debugger Settings to true

macOS 11.5.1

Last edited by db123 (2021-07-28 12:11:23 pm)

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#3 2021-07-28 01:40:25 pm

peavine
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Re: My Editor Setting

db123 wrote:

Edit: I have also set "Respond to applescript:// URLs in web pages" in the Script Debugger Settings to true



Thanks db123. It was the "Respond to..." setting in Script Debugger that I hadn't set. Everything works great now.


2018 Mac mini - macOS Catalina - Script Debugger 8


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