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Pop up a notification prompting you to close Slack if it's open
tell application "System Events"
set activeApp to name of first process whose frontmost is true
end tell
if application "Slack" is running and activeApp is not equal to "Slack" then
tell application "Notifications Scripting"
# set show event handler results to true
set event handlers script path to (path to me)
display notification "Slack is running" message "Are you waiting on an @mention?" action button "No" other button "Yes"
end tell
end if
using terms from application "Notifications Scripting"
on notification activated activation type 2 # action button
tell application "Slack" to quit
end notification activated
end using terms from
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patbl commented Nov 25, 2015

I get this message when I try to run it:

$ osascript slack_watcher.scpt
slack_watcher.scpt:299:306: script error: Expected expression, property or key form, etc. but found command name. (-2741)

Do you know what's wrong? I haven't used Applescript before. Ta!

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