Subject: Re: Best Strategy to Control iTunes
On Mar 30, 2009, at 5:44 PM, Ammar Ibrahim wrote:
- It's known that if any dialog is open in iTunes it freezes any
communication through the scriptable interface, how can I detect
put all my "messages" in a queue, so that when iTunes is
send my messages?
What kind of task are you trying to accomplish? Are you sure you
know whether a dialog is open in iTunes? AFAIK you can't do anything
similar, in any application.
If I want to add a track to iTunes, I need to make sure iTunes is
Interestingly enough, iTunes sends a distributed notification
(listenable via NSDistributedNotificationCenter) whenever it shows or
hides a modal dialog. It even sends the resource ID (in the
iTunes.rsrc file) of the particular dialog along with the "show"
I don't have the specific notification name on hand here at work, but
you can easily discover it by writing a simple test app that listens
for every distributed notification.
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