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comment Why the launchd has multiple instances per user (not only me and root, but also _spotlight and _windowserver)?
thanks for the detailed explanation! One additional question: _spotlight and _windowserver requires launchd to start with its help their own processes (are lock screen and indexing [e.g. mdsd] those processes which are scheduled by spotlight and window server)?
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comment Is there in AppleScript any way to use “X of every” to get multiple properties of each object to create a record?
sorry for so many off-topic comments, but I almost solved this to myself: how to set the the key of the record in the runtime? so set end of w_l to {|window & "_" & window_i :t_l} ?
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comment Is there in AppleScript any way to use “X of every” to get multiple properties of each object to create a record?
The double curly brackets (e.g. list): {|safari|: -->{{<-- |window1|: ... doesn't make any change
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comment Is there in AppleScript any way to use “X of every” to get multiple properties of each object to create a record?
If I test so: {|safari|: {|window1|: {{|url1|: "http1", |name1|: "title1"},{|url2|: "http2", |name2|: "title2"},{|url3|: "http3", |name3|: "title3"}}}} & {|safari|: {|window2|: {{|url1|: "http1", |name1|: "title1"},{|url2|: "http2", |name2|: "title2"},{|url3|: "http3", |name3|: "title3"}}}} it returns only: {safari:{window1:{{url1:"http1", name1:"title1"}, {url2:"http2", name2:"title2"}, {url3:"http3", name3:"title3"}}}} and not the merged variant, where there is a list of windows