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Wouldn’t it be cool if you could undo a tweet from right in Twitterrific? You can, with my spanking new script: Undo Tweet. This script requires FastScripts by default, but can be easily modified to use “display dialog” instead of the more user-friendly FastScripts message display.
Even though I hate Twitter, I thought that lil’ script was so cool that I had to improve it even more.
Here you go: my version of the script has three little modification:
- Growl support. It now uses Growl as its notification system, instead of the FastScripts dialog.
- It works without using FastScripts: my way to use it is to set a Quicksilver trigger to run the script.
- Refreshes the Twitterrific list by relaunching the app.
Now, if you don’t mind having many different apps running at the same time, then Daniel’s script is great. But if you, like me, like to keep everything centralized, Then my edit will probably make you even happier.
Update: Oops… shame on me, I forgot the download link.
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