I'm fiddling with bash for the first time and trying to get something simple to work.
#!/bin/bash while true ; do osascript <<EOF tell application "System Events" tell every desktop set picture to "/Users/bill/Desktop/bckg_changer/ARM_1885.jpg" end tell end tell EOF done
When I execute this file from the command line, it throws:
Bills-iMac-4:test bill$ ./test.sh ./test.sh: line 11: syntax error: unexpected end of file
I found this question, and the formatting and structure is similar - so not sure what is missing.
The picture changing script itself works - it's when I add the
while loop that the end of file error is thrown.
I know this script doesn't make sense - the idea was to have a continuous loop, that would revert the desktop picture to the jpg if it was subsequently changed in the System Preferences. Obviously a poor choice of methods and resource use... :-)