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You can use Automator.app to create a service for this. Open new Automator document as a service, choose on top, that You won't have an input of any type. Then add a block Run AppleScript, enter this code: on run {input, parameters} tell application "System Events" keystroke tab keystroke tab keystroke (ASCII character 31) --down ...


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iBooks doesn't have AppleScript support. The annotations are stored in a SQLite file: ~/Library/Containers/com.apple.iBooksX/Data/Documents/AEAnnotation/. You could try to parse that. This answer gives a link to Digested, which reads that database and then allows you to export your annotations to Evernote, but I don't know what formatting they'll have or ...


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This can be done using AppleScript, like in the question you linked to. Watch out, this is not the same as Automator. Example script: osascript -e 'tell application (path to frontmost application as text) set myFile to choose file POSIX path of myFile end' This uses the simplest form of the choose file command, and puts the result in the variable myFile. ...



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