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  1. San Diego, CA - January 9, 2014 - Productive Computing Inc., a Platinum member of the FileMaker Business Alliance, provided an update today regarding the compatibility of its Macintosh line of FileMaker Pro plug-ins with Mac OS X Mavericks 10.9. The following plug-ins are fully compatible with Mac OS X Mavericks 10.9: Address Book Manipulator v3.0.3.0: Download Latest Version Change Printer v4.0.5.0: Download Latest Version eMail Marketing Connector v1.0.4.0: Download Latest Version File Manipulator v3.0.0.1: Download Latest Version FM Credit Card v1.0.2.6: Download Latest Version
  2. San Diego, CA - June 24, 2013 - Productive Computing, Inc. recently formed a strategic collaboration agreement with Acordex® Imaging Systems to provide technical sales and support services for its software solution, DocKeep. DocKeep is an easy-to-use Macintosh OSX solution for rapidly scanning documents with Fujitsu scanners. Increase efficiency by quickly transforming stacks of paper into safely stored digital images. Now your documents are under your control - access any document needed with a click of the mouse. DocKeep's advanced technology is designed for ease of use and high produc
  3. I have created the following script that runs within FM Pro 5.5 to move a folder from one location to another. tell application "Finder" move folder "folder to move" of folder "test scripts" of folder "Desktop" of folder "adamreece" of folder "Users" of startup disk of application "Finder" to folder "To Archive" of folder "job_folders" of disk "XSERVER" of application "Finder" end tell This works if run as a straightforward script step, but I want to be able to use a calculated field as I want to use a database field to specify the 'folder to move' name etc. We use FM to
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