applescript – Apple Script with Terminal Commands

I'm trying to create an application that automates some terminal commands. I need to open the application as soon as I put a file on it that executed and closed commands. The command sequence should contain an EDL file and be executed via a Python script, which in turn leads to a CSV file. Everything is fine, but no CSV file is displayed.
Here is the script:

Open theDroppedItems

tell application "Terminal"
    do script with command "cd /Applications/Python\ 2.7"
    do script with command "python " & theDroppedItems & ""
end tell

open end

What am I doing wrong? Any way to see where it goes wrong? Any suggestions?

osx – How do I restore Move-to and Logout commands on iOS Google Drive?

I copied a PDF from another app on Google Drive. The file appears on the drive, but the option to move to is missing. I've called the Drive app right from my home screen, quit and restarted the app, and the move to option is still missing for all files.

Shift option is missing – screenshot

I tried to log out and log back in, but the logout option is missing. I logged out of my account administration page through a browser, which did not restore the missing switch options.

Ablogging option is missing – screenshot

Files can be moved and the application logged out on OS X.

Google Drive 4.2019.30201 IOS 13.3.1 (US-Spanish)

N.B. If logout is disabled, this seems to be a priority issue when I need to use the browser to manage the logout from my Google Account. This requires an internet connection.

Are slash commands suitable for non-tech enterprise software users?

More and more user interfaces seem to provide technical commands and shortcuts like

  • /remind (Relaxed)
  • /away (Teams)
  • /assign (Gitlab)

I was wondering if I should introduce such links in the graphical user interface of our industry software. Personally, I like them a lot, but I'm afraid that they are way too technical for non-computer oriented people.

Is my fear justified? Is there data on how such commands are used by non-technical users such as accounting, human resources, designers, etc.?

Performance – Optimize the code that combines cat, sort, and multiple gawk commands

I have the following

#! / bin / bash

cat * .csv> COMBINED.csv
sort -k1 -n -t, COMBINED.csv> A.csv
gawk -F & # 39 ;, & # 39; & # 39; {sub (/)[[:lower:]]+ /, "", $ 1)} 1 & # 39; OFS = & # 39 ;, & # 39; A.csv # REMOVE LOWER FALL CHARACTERS FROM THE FIRST COLUMN
gawk -F & # 39 ;, & # 39; # Length ($ 1) == 14 {print} & # 39; A.csv> B.csv # REMOVE ANY CSV LINE IF THE VALUE IN THE FIRST COLUMN IS NOT 14 CHARACTERS
gawk -F & # 39 ;, & # 39; # {Gsub ("/", "-", $ 2); print} & # 39; OFS = & # 39; B.csv> C.csv # FORWARD SLASH WITH HYPHEN IN SECOND COLUMN REPLACE
gawk -F & # 39 ;, & # 39; & # 39; {print> ("processing /" $ 1 ".csv")} & # 39; C.csv # SPLIT CSV in files grouped by value in the first column and save the file with this value

My question is whether this can be "cleaned up". Not looking for a one-liners, but if it goes in a row, so much the better! I think piping outputs and no need for files A, B and C?

Many Thanks

MacBook commands, tabs, and mouse clicks do not work, the rest of the keyboard and mouse movement still works

A few days ago I reported that my MacBook Pro had a glitch in which everything except volume, brightness and mouse movement did not work anymore. I now have a similar but very pronounced problem on the same device. Now the entire keyboard works, but the cmd tab to switch application, cmd search distance, and Caps Lock do not work (Caps Lock works for the other error). Strangely, I can type cmd t to open a new tab in chrome, so the key itself must work. Unlike the other glitches, I can also use the Tab key. What's happening?!