Growl - Display notification

tell application "GrowlHelperApp"
	set the allNotificationsList to ¬
		{"Script Started"}
	set the enabledNotificationsList to ¬
		{"Script Started"}
	register as application ¬
		"Growl SQI" all notifications allNotificationsList ¬
		default notifications enabledNotificationsList ¬
		icon of application "Script Editor"
	notify with name ¬
		"Script Started" title ¬
		"Script Started" description ¬
		"Please stand by script started" application name "Growl SQI"
end tell

I have the following growl script. I would like to change the default display when the message displays to the BEZEL display. How would I go about doing that through the above code.

The Growl Preference Pane, under the Display Options tab is where you set up the form of a type of display. When you set up (using a script like the one you’ve shown) a Growl connection, the name will appear under the “Applications” tab. If you select one, you can set it’s default display.

For really tough questions, there’s also the Growl Forum

Thanks for the information. I’m aware of that preference tab. But the question I was asking was can you set up a different notification through applescript. Instead of the GUI interface.

i would also like this because im right now just trying to configure growl to be setup by the apple script for my application with out having the user change settings

PS. how do i tell growl which notifications should be stickied

Seeing the answer in the Growl Forum (which is what I suspected), you might consider some other notifier (if you can find one still supported). QuickSilver has one that’s only 3 seconds, and FastScripts has one that’s quite programmable, but your user probably won’t have it an it’s not free. [iNotify and LANosD seem to have disappeared.]