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AppleScript® Programming for the Absolute Beginner by Jerry Lee Ford

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Configuring Script Editor Preferences

The Script Editor application is highly customizable, providing programmers with an assortment of configuration options that allows them to set up the application to suit their personal preferences and working style. As is the case with most Mac OS X applications, Script Editor preferences are configured by accessing the Script Editor menu and then selecting the Preferences menu. In response, the Script Editor’s Preferences window is displayed. This window consists of five separate views, which are selected by clicking on icons representing each view in the window’s toolbar.

General Preferences

The Preferences window’s General view contains a single configuration setting, as shown in Figure 2.13. This is ...

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