I'm trying to write a script that will set the video kind of the current track in iTunes to music video. I think it has to be done with GUI scripting. I'm fairly new to AppleScript, and very inexperienced with GUI scripting, and I'm having trouble. So far I've got the script below. Code: tell application "iTunes" activate set currTrackName to the name of the current track end tell tell application "System Events" to keystroke "i" using command down tell application "System Events" tell process "iTunes" try tell tab group 1 of window currTrackName click radio button "Options" delay 1 click menu item "Music Video" of menu 1 of pop up button 1 of group 1 end tell end try end tell end tell It opens the Get Info window and clicks the "Options" tab, but for some reason the pane where the options should be never fills in. If you take focus away from iTunes, it will fill in the pane, but what appears is the default view (ie last selected view) in the Get Info box. It's a little hard to explain, but it should be clear if you run it yourself. Can anyone figure out what I'm doing wrong or how to get around the problem I'm encountering? Alternatively, has anyone already written a script that will set the video kind of video tracks to music video (preferably multiple tracks at once)? In case it matters, I'm running 10.4.3 and iTunes 6.0.1.