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What app is bound to apple menu->recent items


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FYI: OSX Lion.
FYI: I have a script which clears recent items with app as the command line argument.
Example
Code:
fhistory.sh -d Preview
References : https://discussions.apple.com/thread...art=0&tstart=0
I'm wondering if I can use this same script to clear recent items from the apple menu.

To do so, I would need to know what app is bound to the Recent Items item.

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