|Aug 22, 2013, 11:49 AM||#1|
Help with Applescript dialog box
I'm making a small application with Applescript, which gives the user a dialog box, and uses the selection made by the user.
I need to use 3 buttons for the choices, since there are 3 possibilities that this Applescript is made for. But, I do need an option to open up another dialog box.
Since Applescript Dialog boxes only allow for a maximum of 3 buttons, has anyone a suggestion on what to use.
I do not want to use a list, or user input with text.
|Aug 22, 2013, 01:33 PM||#3|
Kryten2 beat me to it.
Alternativly you could use the ApplescriptObjC Language to design you're own xib interface file, using Interface Builder in the Xcode developer tools, but a good knowledge of xcode would be required.
|Aug 22, 2013, 02:28 PM||#4|
Thanks Kryten and Mark for your info.
I checked Pashua out, but I think it's a bit complicated for a small AppleScript. As is using Xcode, even more
Thanks again for your reply, and I try to check both options out if I find the time.
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