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Bob Davis

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Do you work on a Macintosh?
Do you use JavaScript in writing web pages?

Now you can use JavaScript to script behaviors on your Macintosh just like you can using AppleScript.

LateNight Software has released JavaScript OSA. ScriptOSA/index.html

It's based on the Mozilla JavaScript 1.4.2 release (Rhino?) and will let you write scripts to automate your Mac.

Be careful though, as it's only at 1.0d4 (the "d" stands for "Danger Will Robinson!").

Have fun!

bob davis

Bob is a Product Manager for Rackspace Hosting in San Antonio, TX. He hasn't built a web site in years, now. All of his articles on this site are old old old! Hopefully they are still useful for someone!

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