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AppleScriptでEvernoteのタグ作成時、親タグを指定できないバグを回避するハンドラ

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  • AppleScriptでEvernoteのタグを作成するときのバグ
    • 親タグを指定しても反映されない
    • 常に最上位のタグになってしまう
タグの作成時に親タグを指定できないバグ.scpt
tell application "Evernote"
    set newTag to make tag with properties {name:"Child Tag", parent:tag "Parent Tag"}
    properties of newTag
end tell
--> {class:tag, name:"Child Tag", parent:missing value}
  • 上のスクリプトで最終行にparent:missing valueとある
    • 親タグを指定したにもかかわらず最上位のタグになっている
    • 本来ならparent:tag "Parent Tag" of application "Evernote"となるべき
  • バグを回避する方法
    • タグを作成した後に親タグを指定する
  • ハンドラにしたのが下のスクリプト
makeNewTag.scpt
tell application "Evernote"
    set newTag to my makeNewTag("Child Tag", tag "Parent Tag")
    properties of newTag
end tell
--> {class:tag, name:"Child Tag", parent:tag "Parent Tag" of application "Evernote"}

on makeNewTag(tagName as text, parentTag)
    tell application "Evernote"
        set newTag to make tag with properties {name:tagName}
        set parent of newTag to parentTag
    end tell
    return newTag
end makeNewTag

更新履歴

  • 2014-07-12: Evernote for Mac 5.6.0へアップデート時に当バグ発生のため作成
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