New answers tagged

0

OK, it's kind of embarrasing, in a way, when you figure out the answer to your own question, but, here it is: You just go to the Security and Privacy pane, click on the Privacy tab, and then add the apps where you want to allow GUI scripting. Just that simple....


0

There is not. Individual applications are now given access to the Accessibility features, there is no global control. As you can see there is a + icon to allow you to add an application. You can also have your script add itself. Another method: http://www.macosautomation.com/mavericks/guiscripting/index.html


2

A late answer, for posterity and the desperate searcher. The GUI has been moved more or less to Directory Utility, which can be found in /Volumes/[name of your harddrive]/System/Library/CoreServices/Applications. Use -shift-G if you are lost to find your way. Open Directory Utility and click on the Directory Editor (third) icon. Select "Mounts" from the ...


-1

Note that in Time Machine preferences a progress-bar will only shown when automatic backup runs, not when backup is started manually.



Top 50 recent answers are included