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not a scripting genius but the version of AppleScript Editor might not be the issue. It's possible that the script uses a function that is not supported for other reasons. Let me explain this way. Let's say you have an application installed. Your client has an older version of the same program. It's possible that your newer version has some AppleScript functions built in that the older version does not have.

There are a few questions that come to mind:

1. When you run the script is it running from inside Script Editor or has it been saved as an application? If you haven't done so I would try that.

2. Are you getting any kind of error message when the script runs?

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