I need an AppleScript that performs a series of actions in an OS X application. First off it should take a number (x) for how times/loops it should run, then...
1. Click a specific ui button
2. Click another specific ui button
3. Click a text-field and copy the content
4. Click another text-field and replace the content (with the copied)
5. Double-click a specific ui element
6. A new palette opens, from which "load file" button/dialog is available
7. A specifc file should be loaded (eg. "[url removed, login to view]"). For every script loop the next image should be loaded (eg. "[url removed, login to view]", "[url removed, login to view]" and so on.)
8. Close the dialog
9. Loop the script x times
I am told that this can be achieved using AppleScripts and/or System Events and GUI Scripting (maybe it's the same thing!?).
Anyway, I am looking for someone who is very competent with this, then I suppose it's a simple job. The application is called FormZ and exsist in a free version. I expect some trial/error correcting process with the script going back and forth between us.
Hello, I am Hugo from SysCrunch, in Switzerland. AppleScript can do many things, particularly useful for automation. I used to for things like creating folder and shortcuts in Finder. It is also possible to do thin Plus
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Hi, Thanks for inviting me. Yes, you are right, this should be possible scripting the GUI with Applescript or with native Applescript commands (it depends if Formz supports them). Anyway, I need to know exactly wha Plus
Yes, you are correct. It could be done by using AppleScript with System Event and GUI are the application controlled with it. Need to know what OSX version you are using?