[macvoiceover] Re: dragging and dropping scripts

Hello Keith,
Thanx for the lin.
The only script there is the move script I have already tested.
This script is not exactly what I want since the interface of that script is a 
litlebit complicated.

I mean: why should you open a new dealoguebox to select the files/folders while 
you are normally alredy on the right objects in the finder.

Also, When I split the operation in 2 scripts, one for dragging and one for 
dropping, this script becomes more flexible.
I think, then you can use it also in Itunes or some other programs that 
requires drag and drop operations.
So, not only on finder-items I think.

I'll try to write it myself but , if someone could help me, it should go faster.

If I have a good result, I will send it to you keith, to post it on the archive.

best regards,
William 
Op 2-mrt-2010, om 04:21 heeft Keith Reedy het volgende geschreven:

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> On Mar 1, 2010, at 6:00 PM, william wrote:
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>> Hi all,
>> I have tested the drag and drop procedures an, it works!!! :)
>> 
>> However , I find it very complex for just moving a file(s) /folder(s).
>> 
>> To make it more similar to the windows system: ctrl+x and ctrl+v, I am 
>> thinking about  the following solution:
>> 
>> One script with hotkey : option+x:
>> contents of the script:
>> vo+command f5: route mouse-cursor to vo-cursor 
>> vo+command+shift+spacebar: to lock the mouse button
>> end of script
>> Then move the vo-cursor to the target location
>> 
>> new script with hotkey : option+v:
>> vo+command+f5: to route the mouse-cursor to the vo-cursor
>> vo+command+shift+spacebar: to unlock the mousebutton
>> Last (optional) step here is to turn off mouse tracking.
>> This is needed while working with a braille display and I don't know the 
>> shortcut for that.
>> 
>> With this 2 scripts, you can do drag and drop with option+x and option+v , 
>> like in windows.
>> 
>> Can someone help with writing this scripts?
>> I don't know anyting about apple scripts.
>> 
>> This should be usefull in alot applications and very userfriendly I think.
>> 
>> Thanx alot,
>> best regards,
>> William Windels 
>> 
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