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speakables/ applescript/ itunes Oh MY!


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Here is one for all you applescript/ speakable junkies out there. I need to use the "move page down" function in itunes. That part works fine, but I need to highlight the first object on the next page. If that makes any sense at all. Anyone have any ideas? My brain is smoking with frustration.

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