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Google Selection Modern OS

written by Doug Adams
posted: Sep 13, 2003

Use the selected text in a TE document as the basis for a Google search. Script prefers to use Safari, but your default web browser will also work.

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Mail Contents to TE Modern OS

written by Doug Adams
posted: Sep 7, 2003

Copies the contents of the selected Mail message to a new Tex-Edit Plus window, block formats, and prefaces with reply text ("On [date], [sender] clearly stated:"). Add your own touches!

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Safari Source to TE Modern OS

written by Doug Adams
posted: Sep 5, 2003

If Safari is active, copies the source of its front document to a new Tex-Edit Plus document.

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Text To Mail Body Modern OS

written by Doug Adams
posted: Sep 5, 2003

Simple script sends the selected text of the front Tex-Edit Plus document (or, if no text is selected, the entire contents) to the body of a new message in Mail.

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Get Script in TE v1.2 Classic OS

written by Philippe Gruchet
posted: Oct 4, 2002

Displays contents of any compiled script in a new Tex-Edit Plus window using the script's AppleScript Formatting styles. Latest version does not auto-save to Desktop, requires "Jon's Commands" osaxen for styled text in OS 9.

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Browser Load

written by Malcolm Fitzgerald
posted: May 27, 2001

Simpler script to load the frontmost document to a browser, requires no OSAXen.

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SoundJam->TE Classic OS

written by Doug Adams
posted: Feb 14, 2001

Export the track information from a SoundJam playlist to a formatted Tex-Edit document.
Put this in SoundJam's Scripts folder.

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TE to MacPerl

written by Richard Cook
posted: Jan 13, 2001

Assists in working between Tex-Edit Plus and MacPerl.

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Bookmarks -> HTML Classic OS

written by Victor Yee
posted: Nov 3, 2000

Will convert your bookmarks files from Netscape, Explorer, or iCab opened in Tex-Edit Plus into a folder of HTML pages, which can then be displayed in your browser as a left-hand side-bar of links.

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OE Many to Tex-Edit Classic OS

written by Allen Watson
posted: Oct 16, 2000

This script, run from within Outlook Express, allows a user of Outlook Express to select one or more messages in OE, run the script, and create a single document in Tex-Edit Plus that contains all of the selected messages.

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