I posted ScriptPal v1.1 on Monday. This new version can now display the contents of the user “Scripts” folder (~/Library/iTunes/Scripts/) and/or the local “Scripts” folder (/Library/iTunes/Scripts/), can add a script to an existing Workgroup via the contextual menu, and addresses a couple of minor issues.
This latest update to ScriptPal fixes a problem displaying consecutive sub-folders.
Just made a couple of quick fixes to ScriptPal, now at version 1.0.1. Fixed a problem listing scripts when the “Scripts” folder has a custom icon and addressed an issue whereby the contents of application bundles with non-standard hierarchies were being displayed.
Thanks for the great feedback on ScriptPal.
ScriptPal floats a persistent HUD (heads-up display) palette above iTunes putting just the AppleScripts you need a mouse-click or two away.
Instead of having to click and scroll through iTunes’ Script menu over and over again for just the two or three scripts you need during a big job or for the handful of scripts you use most frequently, let ScriptPal keep your most-needed AppleScripts conveniently ready and able to be launched with a double-click…or edited in Script Editor with an option-click…or arranged into compact and reusable Workgroups…
With ScriptPal you can:
- Have quick and easy access to the iTunes AppleScripts in the iTunes “Scripts” folder, including aliases to AppleScripts elsewhere
- Launch AppleScripts with a double-click
- Display only the scripts you need
- Organize and save collections of scripts into re-loadable Workgroups
- See a script’s System Preferences-assigned iTunes shortcut keys
- Open and edit scripts in Script Editor
- Reveal a script’s file and “Get Info” window in the Finder
- Create new folders in the “Scripts” folder
- Access a script’s “Read Me”
- Search for a script’s entry here at dougscripts.com
ScriptPal is easy to configure and use. And it’s free!