2 thoughts on “I want Fetch Art for Windows iTunes

  1. allgood2

    Good question. I honestly can’t say for Windows. I know there “kind of” is for the Mac, but its not application specific. All the new Mac OS X iApps use the Apple web core and accept AppleScripts. The webcore, on Mac OS X, basically means you can bring all types of web services directly to your desktop, but it also means that its very easy to retrieve and exchange data between applications that use webcore, because they store and produce data in XML format.

    For example, Fetch Art uses a combination of AppleScript and perl to get the art. iTunes, on the Mac OS, allows you to add any number of extra AppleScripts to a menu for use. Most of the Mac users, either use AppleScript or pull information from the backend XML using webcore components

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