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zington 12-16-2005 10:41 PM

1-Click ?
Greets, Is there a way that I can double click a setting file and have it executed with NO interaction? This is the _only_ thing I miss about Retrospect. Sorry if this has been covered. I didn't see it in the FAQ or manual.

Regards and thanks for a wonderful product. I'm typically able to do a "smart backup" of +/- 50GB of data in 5 minutes. Wouldn't belive this is I wasn't seeing it for myself.

dnanian 12-16-2005 11:58 PM

Actually, zington, no -- but you could write a little AppleScript to do it -- pretty simple script:

tell application "SuperDuper!" to run using settings "settings" without user interaction

That should do it...

macfeller 12-17-2005 10:18 PM

For us dummies, could you please be more specific?
As is I have two Settings I use and invoke through keystrokes set by MaxMenus. I but then have to click the Copy Now button. A script that would be 1-click (the keystroke) would be sweet. In your response to the original poster you give a hint of what such a script might be. Unfortunately I have not been able to use the necessary vocabulary to make it work.

Thanks for your work!


dnanian 12-18-2005 02:01 AM


tell application "SuperDuper!" to run without user interaction

would work for you?

macfeller 12-18-2005 07:49 PM

He he
Or should I say, "D'oh!"? I am ignorant of scripting ways and ASSumed "to" was merely stuff you were writing and not proper syntax, among other stoopid mistakes. IOW I have things fine now.

So, how about quitting SD! as part of this process? In the script would I include a wait time sufficient for SD! to do it's thing and then tell SD! to quit? I know one of SD!'s "And Finally ..." options is to sleep. I wonder why "Quit" isn't an option.

dnanian 12-18-2005 08:53 PM

Quit is an option in the "And finally" options...

macfeller 12-18-2005 09:57 PM

Listen. Can you hear it?
That's the sound of my head banging against the wall.

Thank you, Dave.

dnanian 12-18-2005 10:07 PM

No problem!

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