I’m trying to run an AppleScript on my Airbook which has been upgraded to Mojave. The script uses a shortcut key using Fastscripts. The script (Mojave, Fastscripts, Growl) is also set up on my iMac.
Everything works as expected on my iMac.
However, on my Airbook I get an error message: Error Number: -1728. Can’t find application “Growl app”.
The scrip works fine on the Airbook when run in the Scrip Editr app (only a problem/error using Fastscript hot key. As I said, everything (including Fastscripts hot key) works on my iMac (both iMac and Airbook use Mojave).
I.m not tech savvy, but if anyone can tell me simply how to fix things, I’d be very grateful.
We will be travelling till 6 December, so may not have ready email access till then. Thanks for any assistaNce.
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