At 1:23 PM 6/9/94 -0400, Henry Lieberman wrote: >Max, > >I have a quick [?] question I hope you could answer: > >How do you send an Apple Event in Apple Script code? >We can't find the syntax for doing so in the Apple Script Language Guide. That's because it's not in there. ;) I've attached a script which does that. Unfortunately, I can't review it here because I don't have AScript installed. Open it and click on "Project Script". Anyhow, it's something like tell application "MCL" <<event 'usermood'>> with property:<<mood>>:"Happy" which will send lisp and event of type 'user' class 'mood' with a keyword property mood which contains the string "happy"... the << and >> are chevron(?) characters which are option-[ and ] respectively. Let me know if this helps.
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