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Error -10660 (2 posts)

  • Started 6 years ago by jjstafford
  • Latest reply 6 years ago from Scott McGuire
  • jjstafford Member

    Saved shortcut (applescript). Installed latest version. It worked. Then I logged off and in again, and does not work.

    Has something changed, please?

    The code:
    on GetDropletURL()
    try
    set urlPath to (path to resource "destination.txt") as string
    on error
    -- path to resource requires 10.4
    -- fake it for older OSes
    set urlPath to (path to me as string) & "Contents:Resources:destination.txt"
    end try
    set urlFile to open for access urlPath
    set theURL to read urlFile before ASCII character 10
    close access urlFile
    return theURL
    end GetDropletURL

    on run
    try
    set dropletFile to (path to me)
    tell application "Fetch"
    activate
    drop on dropletFile
    end tell
    on error
    set theURL to GetDropletURL() of me
    tell application "Fetch"
    activate
    open url theURL with immediate return
    end tell
    end try
    end run

    on open inFiles
    try
    set dropletFile to (path to me)
    tell application "Fetch"
    drop on dropletFile item inFiles
    end tell
    on error
    set theURL to GetDropletURL() of me
    tell application "Fetch"
    put into url theURL item inFiles with immediate return
    end tell
    end try
    end open

    Posted 6 years ago #

  • Scott McGuire Administrator

    Hi,

    We're sorry you're having problems with the Fetch droplet. We'd like some more information to help figure out the problem.

    Just to make sure we understand the problem correctly, you created a droplet shortcut using the "Save Droplet Shortcut" command in Fetch. The droplet it created worked fine when you first tried it, but it does not work after you logged off and in again. Is that correct?

    By "logged off and in again," do you mean you logged off Mac OS X and back in again, or do you mean you quit Fetch and then reconnected to the server?

    Is "error -10660" the error the droplet gave when it didn't work?

    In addition to the latest version of Fetch, do you have older versions of Fetch on your Mac?

    Thanks,

    Scott McGuire
    Fetch Softworks

    [This message has been edited by ScottMcGuire (edited 05-24-2007).]

    Posted 6 years ago #

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