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Old 11-15-1999, 04:41 PM
Bergeron Bergeron is offline
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Default AppleScripts and other Macros for PT

Dear Pro Tools Experts,

Are there any great AppleScripts out there for ProTools users? I've programmed some Quickeys for my system, but Scripts might be even better. I checked the digi database and didn't see anything on this topic. I'm assuming that PT is scriptable, yes? Any and all feedback is welcome. Thanks

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Old 11-15-1999, 07:55 PM
Juicy Juicy is offline
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Default Re: AppleScripts and other Macros for PT

PT is not AppleScriptable. I had suggested recently that Digi add this capability, but received no positive indication. As I said then, it would be a great way to let users immediately add the functionality they desire, while waiting for Digi to "do it right". And the freeware community spawned would be a good source of inspiration for Digi's development team.

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