AppleScript Jobs

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  • Hourly – Less than 1 week – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    I need an apple script. It's a simple script to move the desktop screen continuously in an infinity symbol pattern according to a range, direction, and speed variables. Here's the specs: Speed will be any number between 1 and 100. Range is defined in millimeters. Direction is defined as either left or right. The logic: 1) Get the screen size. 2) Shrink the width & height of the desktop screen according to the range variable. 3) Move the desktop ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $15.00 Posted
    First, I need the system to identify EVERY phone number (even the ones labeled "other") that does not start with "+54911", and do the following: If they start with "15" and the number is 10 digits long, the system must replace the "15" with "+54911". If the label is not "mobile", it should turn it into "mobile". If they start with "15" and the following numbers are "11" or "011" (regardless of the phone's character length), the system must ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $300.00 Posted
    I need someone to recreate more efficient versions of workflows I made for my business. I have many different types, some for image resizing, others for proposal creation, and some for web-scraping and SERP ranking... but they are becoming too time consuming to make and manage, so I'd rather show a third party what I want via video, then have it developed. I'm open to other forms of object based scripting, but would prefer to avoid VBA or ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $5.00 Posted
    I need you to create apple script for automator which will open up image and export that image at the highest image quality back into the same folder.
  • Hourly – Less than 1 week – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    I have an applescript that contains this command: do shell script "sysctl hw.model >> ~/Desktop/Computer-info.txt" This returns the model info and writes this to my text file: hw.model: MacBookPro9,2 I would like to have my script output the following to my text file: MacBook Pro 13", Mid-2012 or at the very least just this line: MacBookPro9,2 without the "hw.model: " in front