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PROPERTIES None ELEMENT CLASSES Like any window, a content space can contain any of the elements that can be contained by the object to which it belongs. COMMANDS HANDLED Clean Up, Close, Count, Data Size, Exists, Get, Open, Print, Sort, Update DEFAULT VALUE RETURNED Reference to a content space or, if you use the plural form content spaces, a list of references. 50 Object Class Definitions C H A P T E R 2 Finder Objects EXAMPLE This script returns a list of all Finder content spaces that are currently open, including the desktop: tell application "Finder" content spaces end tell --result: {information window of startup disk of application "Finder", window of folder "Projects" of startup disk of application "Finder", window of startup disk of application "Finder", window of disk "Applications" of application "Finder", content space of desktop of application "Finder"} For more information about using content spaces in scripts, see “References to Finder Windows,” which begins on page 22.

Objects of class Application File, Disk, and Folder can also be identified by ID. The ID in each case consists of the application file’s creator type (as a string), the disk’s ID, and the folder’s folder ID, respectively. 1" of startup disk of application "Finder" You can identify the frontmost window that lies under a particular point on the desktop by running a script like this: tell application "Finder" content space {100,100} end tell --result: window of folder "Projects" of startup disk of application "Finder" The pair of integers in braces in the preceding example identifies the point in which you’re interested, and the result contains a reference to the window that contains that point.

Class: Reference Modifiable: No file sharing A Boolean value that indicates whether file sharing is on (true) or off (false). Class: Boolean Modifiable: Yes fonts folder A reference to the Fonts folder in the System Folder. This folder contains the fonts currently available to the system software. Class: Folder Modifiable: No frontmost A Boolean value that indicates whether the Finder is the frontmost application (true) or not (false). Class: Boolean Modifiable: Yes insertion location A reference to the object to which new information can currently be added (see page 24 for more information).

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