I read in a script of Ron Fleckner (@ Ron: thank you…) how I can teach Apple Script to write a text in a new text-file!
set f to open for access (path to desktop as text) & "Name of File" & ".txt" with write permission write "anything" to f close access f
Apple Script makes now a new text file with the Name “Name of File.txt” and the text “anything”.
I changed Rons script a little bit, so that I can write with Apple Script in existing text-files…
set f to open for access (path to desktop as text) & "open this file.txt" with write permission write "anything" to f close access f
But when i write now in an existing file with my script, it overwrites the old text of the file.
The old text in the file was:
My name is Nicki!
When I write now with my script “anything” to the text, the text is changed to:
How can I teach Apple Script not to overwrite the old text beacause I want the text like this:
anything My name is Nicki!
I hope you can help me