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September 29th, 1999

[8:30 AM] New AppleScript Web Site Launched

Greg Spence has launched a new web site dedicated to scripting via AppleScript at http://bbs.applescript.net. AppleScript is a system-level scripting language allowing automation and customization of control over applications and the MacOS itself. If you are using System 7.5 or later, you already have everything you need to get started scripting. According to Greg Spence:

We have just launched a new site for AppleScripters and were wondering if we were worthy of a mention in your news section. We offer a fresh new approach to the scripting community, with new content and weekly updates, featured scripts, a bulletin board, and more.

So go check out bbs.applescript.net web site for more information!

The Mac Observer Spin: This is an information packed site that adds to the other great AppleScript sites on the Net. If you have any interest in AppleScript, we definitely recommend that you check it out.

bbs.applescript.net



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