Omni Automation Console
* Currently, Omni Automaton support is included with OmniOutliner and OmniGraffle.
The Automation Menu
NOTE: For the purpose of consistency, illustrations will show the Automation menu in OmniGraffle. (see below)
DO THIS ► Tap the Automation menu icon to reveal the Automation menu:
By default, the Automation menu contains two menu items:
DO THIS ► Tap the Automation Console menu item to summon the console window.
By default, the console window displays with a background color of white, and covers the currently open document.
Here are the primary console controls:
The Omni Automation API documentation view in the console window:
DO THIS ► Tap the Console Settings icon at the top right of the console window.
The console settings menu will be displayed containing three controls:
DO THIS ► Select the Dark theme and the Large font size from the settings menu.
DO THIS ► Tap in the Code input field at the bottom of the console window to enter text input mode.
If your iPad has a connected keyboard, the console will look like this:
If your iPad does not have a connected keyboard, the console will look like this:
DO THIS ► You’ve completed the setup of the Omni Automation console. Tap “Done” to close the console window.
Now that the console has been setup, let’s recreate the object and learn how to manipulate the value of its properties by tapping Object and Properties in the navigation view at the top right of this window.
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