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Add Script Folders To Add a script folder first from the Scripts>Launcher menu select open script folder then select addscripts folder. Remove Script Folders To remove a script folder from Scripts>Launcher first from the Scripts>Launcher menu select open script folder choose the scripts folder then select Remove Folder. Open Scripts Folder in finder To one a script folder in finder first from the Scripts>Launcher menu select open script folder choose the scripts folder then select Open Folder. Edit Or Open An Item From The Scripts>Launcher Menu Scripts>Launcher is uses the apples Script Editor application for editing AppleScript or shell script (text) files. Normally when you select an item from the menu, the selected item is run if it is a script item. If you select an item from the menu while holding down a modifier key on the keyboard, the selection is treated as a shortcut for a special request. Hold down the option key to edit the selected item. Hold down the shift key to reveal the selected item in the Finder. Hold down the command key to define a keyboard shortcut for the selected item. Add Script Shortcuts to items Scripts>Launcher gives you the ability to execute a script using a shortcut key. To set a script keyboard shortcut from the Scripts>Launcher menu select open script folder choose the scripts folder then select Script Shortcuts Double click a shortcut to change it. Press the delete key while editing to remove it. Some key combinations may already be in use by other applications or System Preferences. Note: shift-control-command predefined just enter the shortcut key.
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