Obligatory warning: This script has been designated as an obsoleted "Retro Script". There is no guarantee that it will function as described with modern versions of iTunes and OS X. If used in its current form it may not work at all without modification and, at worst, it may corrupt or destroy data.
This script assists with applying Shortcut Key Combinations to your iTunes AppleScripts in iTunes' Script menu. The accompanying Read Me explains how to use and the powers at work.
• Note: This script writes to iTunes' preferences file, com.apple.iTunes.plist using the defaults shell script command.
Read the Read Me! Or read more here online.
(Note: In order to launch this PowerPC-era script on an Intel machine, it must first be opened and then saved using Script Editor (AppleScript Editor pre-OS X 10.0) which is located in your /Applications/Utilities/ folder. More information is here.)
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