Just some scripts and stuff that I've written that help me when using various software. Each script is free and editable.
copy selection to folder…
This script copies the selection in the Finder (could be any number of items) to a folder that you then choose. When the dialog comes up, you can choose to make a new folder if you want, or just pick an existing folder.
move selection to folder…
This script is the same as 'copy selection to folder…' except it doesn't copy the files, just moves them to any folder that you designate. (Of course, if you move them from a CD or disk image, then they will be copied.)
move selection to new folder
This script moves all the selected files to a new folder in the same folder, allowing the user to name the new folder or let it default to "untitled folder".
Make alias of selection in…
Does what it says. This is handy because it cuts out having to make an alias and then move it to where you want it. Just select an item, choose a folder, and you're done. Also, the resulting alias doesn't have "alias" appended to it's name.
File names to file on desktop
This script makes a list of files, or files and folders, of any folder and puts it on the desktop.
image file info
This script gets some info for an image file without having to open it in Photoshop or whatever you use. It tells you the image's pixel height and width, dpi, and actual (print) size. It will work on a selected image file in the Finder, or if there is no selection, will prompt you to choose an image file. You can also choose to have the resulting info put on the clipboard. If you don't want to loose what's already on your clipboard, then choose 'Don't copy info' in the first dialog.
path of selection to clipboard
Puts the path of the selected item on the clipboard. Lets the user choose either a Macintosh (colon delimited) or Unix (slash delimited) path.
A collection of scripts for iTunes. Enable/disable tracks, open current selection in sound editor, reveal current track in Finder, and others...