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Font Character Set
Two foldered scripts enable you to see the the character set of the current selection's font or a font chosen from a list of installed fonts.
QuickTime Styled Text
This script enables you to use Tex-Edit to easily create heterogeneous styled text in a QuickTime Text Track. Folder contains the script, examples, and URL to author's website explaining more. This update handles multiple justifications and fixes a few other bugs related to Tex-Edit's more recent developments.
Colorizes various elements in source Perl files.
Requires "RegEx Commands" Scripting Addition.
Tidies up e-mail text by removing double carriage returns. Simple, effective.
Using hilited first and last characters' baseline ascent, interpolates a subscript/superscript value for the entire selection.
Clean My File
Run this script on text copied from a web page to clean up high ASCII characters, remove CRs, and otherwise make the text more presentable.
This script let's you enter two words which appear side by side then searches the front document and juxtaposes all occurences of them. Reports on number of changes made, if any.
JAM Text Strip
Two scripts strip out the many miscellaneous fields that Roxio's JAM text list puts into it's cue sheets. One script removes all fields except track number, name, and time (without frame number) from JAM text files that do not contain mastering information; the second, strips the same info from text files that do contain mastering information.
Font and Size Changers
Foldered set of three scripts: Font Changer, Size Changer, and Font
Foldered set of 5 scripts re-sets your default quotation preferences to those typically used by various countries/languages. This set includes English, German, Swedish, Old Style Swedish, and Stupefy Quotes serving as a re-set.