|Nov 8, 2012, 12:06 AM||#1|
Scripting help: application launching
Hey all. I have an external drive with my entire iTunes media folder on it, linked to iTunes . If the external is ejected or turned off , iTunes cannot locate the files .
This has happened a couple of times by accident . It's easy to reload the media ( exit iTunes and re-open it) but the album artwork seems to stuff up . Eg heaps of missing artwork , swapped artwork etc.
I was wondering if its possible to run a script that will display the message "'please make sure external hard drive Is on before opening iTunes" when iTunes is opened .
It could either delay by 10 seconds or so, or even better ask " is the external on" and if the answer is "yes" then iTunes will open .
Forgive my noobness, only ever done windows batch files so my knowledge is very little .
Thanks in advance guys
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