Posts Tagged ‘OSX’

I work with a lot of files at the Alligator, mostly because our CMS is retarded, but we’d end up having a ton of files either way. In any case, I find that a lot of times, the photo department doesn’t end up naming the files how I want them — they should be prefixed […]


After last week’s mention of AppleScript I want to move onto something even easier and more fun to toy with on OSX. Under your applications folder, you should find a program called Automator. It’s basically an abstraction layer over AppleScript. Just about anything you can do with Automator can be done by coding AppleScript, but […]


I’ve done some Windows-only stuff on this blog already, but I own a Mac, so it’s about time I do something for my homies out there running OSX. Breaking from the tools that would normally have you launching a Terminal, I’m going to direct your attention to AppleScript. As you might gather, AppleScript is Apple’s […]