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  1. @paulw, thank you! Works better than my hacky applescript.
  2. Me again. I have this working now. I created dndenabled.scpt using the AS pasted below. I then run that from dndenabled.sh using: osascript dndenabled.scpt dndenabled.scpt: tell application "System Events" tell process "Control Center" try if exists menu bar item "Do Not Disturb" of menu bar 1 then return "enabled" else return "disabled" end if on error return null end try end tell end tell
  3. Forgot to paste some code: tell application "System Events" tell process "Control Center" try if exists menu bar item "Do Not Disturb" of menu bar 1 then display dialog "DND is on" else display dialog "DND is off" end if on error display dialog "error" end try end tell end tell It takes a couple of beats for it to be added/removed from the menubar, so doesn't work if you run it too quick after changing state.
  4. I use this script a lot so I was bummed when it broke. I'm not really a mac scripter so I'm flailing around a bit looking for options. Here's one path for a fix that I've been playing around with: If you go to the Dock and Menu Bar system pref, and then choose Do Not Disturb in the sidebar, you can set it so that the DND icon appears in the menubar when DND is active. Then, you can access that menubar item via Applescript UI scripting. So, that's a hacky way to check DND status. A couple of other things I notice, but don't really know what to do with. There's a Control
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