download the developers tools<br>open project builder and start looking at the example projects<br><br><br>AS Studio is easy as applescript. if you want a book on applescript is always suggest Oreilly Applescript in a Nutshell<br><br>
hey thanx. i just replied to you but we might as well be public with it.<br><br>1. does the applescript studio allow you to create and customize menus?<br>2. do you need project builder or is applescript studio enough to create stand-alone "widgets?" -- and, i am not opposed to using the project builder...it's just a little daunting at first. i'd like to take it one step at a time...actually, i hate taking small steps and want it all right now -- instant gratification, but my mind's capacity with regard to programming dictates that i take baby steps. <br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue>
#49040 - 02/25/0304:49 PMRe: my first application
this app sux0r5! It won't work on any of my peecees, and they're top of the line machinez, man. Do I need more memory because it takes 500 Kli0obitez? Sinz it dusnt wurk on my PCz, I'll bet it w0nt work on my iMak either, so i wonteven tryit. <br><br>neye<br><br>
1 - Yes yes and yes. you can even call Cocoa methods to do some really amazing stuff. Menus are all customizable. You can also use any interface element and call shell commands<br><br>2 - You need PB and IB. Jump in and dont be afraid, it's just code<br><br>
nutty responded via email. apparently, the applescript version of my app took far less time than i took in real basic. that's a plus.<br><br>also, project builder has built in templates for making and customizing the menus...that's exactly what i wanted to hear. cool!<br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue>
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