The Obj-J syntax supported by JSCocoa makes it easy for Cocoa programmers to whip up a quick script that makes use of core frameworks. In this example we use QTKit to access the webcam and capture a series of still images.
The Mugginsoft OS X application automation archive uses ASDictionary to generate browsable HTML AppleScript documentation based on an application's own description of its scripting capabilities. ASDictionary is a standalone python application bundle generated using py2app.
I often want to view font characters such as dingbats that do not map directly to the keyboard. The character viewer is obviously the utility to call upon but I keep forgetting how to display the characters (glyphs to be more accurate) for a particular font.
The solution is simply to select Glyph from the view pop=up menu in the tool bar. The Glyph Catalog will be displayed allowing the glyphs to be displayed for a particular font. The problematic font can be selected and the required glyph inserted.