On Sep 22, 2016, at 10:13 PM, Shane Stanley <sstan...@myriad-com.com.au> wrote:
>> On 23 Sep. 2016, at 1:17 pm, Kyle Sluder <k...@ksluder.com> wrote:
>> -close used to render windows more thoroughly dead
> So can we assume that the close button generally calls -close?

No. You can assume it is morally similar to -performClose, but that is all the 
documentation promises.

> On a tangent here...
> In Safari, it used to be that if a script asked for the app's windows, 
> -orderedWindows would return a list of open windows. Under Sierra, however, 
> the list returned can include windows that have been closed via the close box 
> -- you might have closed them half-an-hour ago. They show with a visible 
> property of false, but by setting it to true they reappear -- no Web 
> contents, but the URL, title, etc all intact. And the only way to close them 
> is again via script -- their close buttons do nothing.
> It's probably just a bug, although DTS don't seem to think so, but these 
> windows seem surprisingly resistant to death.

Did you file a Radar or merely contact DTS? Note that starting in Sierra you 
can use Cmd-Z to unclose more than just the most-recently-closed tab.

--Kyle Sluder

> -- 
> Shane Stanley <sstan...@myriad-com.com.au>
> <www.macosxautomation.com/applescript/apps/>, <latenightsw.com>


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