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I was looking for the same solution, to move messages to a folder and using the dictionary I found this to work in Yosemite. tell application "Mail" set the_messages to selection repeat with this_message in the_messages set theSender to sender of this_message move this_message to mailbox "BILL PAY/Mortgage & HOA" of account "iCloud" -- a folder ...


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you want to test for not running set appname to “Applications/Cubase 5.app” tell application appname to launch repeat until application appname is not running delay 1 end repeat if application appname is running then do shell script "sudo launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.metadata.mds.plist" ...


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If it is only for the occasional "print only top half" on OS X, you actually do not need to install anything. Open the PDF in Preview.app (which likely is the default PDF viewer on your system anyway). From the application's menu, make sure that 'Tools -> Rectangular Selection' is active. Use mouse pointer to select that half (or other part of page) you ...


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I didn't check for your specific requirement, but Doug's Scripts is one of the finest iTunes scripting resources available anywhere. Of course, you can plug any script straight into Automator. It's fairly safe to say that if you can't find it there, it can't be done.


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You actually don't have to bother with contents. All you need to do is cropping the page. Another possibility would be creating a custom paper format corresponding to A5 landscape (probably what the packaging label is about). You do that in the printer driver dialog, just ignoring the Acrobat complaint that you will leave now the Acrobat print dialog and ...


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Here are the steps: Install Homebrew. Make sure to follow all instructions on the command line. Install ImageMagick with brew install imagemagick. Open Automator.app, then create a new Print Plugin. Drag Run Shell Script from the left pane to the right. Select Pass Input: as arguments and paste the following code: # Crop off the top half of a PDF and ...



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