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  1. Hey everyone! I've built an AppleScript workflow that goes like this: Keyword: "pdf" (or Hotkey: CMD + SHIFT + P) Current Safari page renders in Safari Reader File > Export as PDF Auto-save The problem I'm having is that the 'Export as PDF' menu item doesn't work exactly like "Print to PDF." The PDF output has almost zero margins, no header/footer to identify a source, and it's just not as desirable as printing-to-PDF from the print dialogue (though it is more efficient code-wise). Can anyone here tweak the following script to produce the same result through the Print-to-PDF function? I gave it a shot but I'm new to AppleScript and couldn't get it to work. Thanks! on alfred_script(q) tell application "System Events" tell application process "Safari" set frontmost to true # Render page in Safari Reader keystroke "r" using {command down, shift down} # Delay for smoothness delay 0.02 # Export as PDF click menu item "Export as PDF…" of menu "File" of menu bar 1 # Save PDF click button "save" of sheet 1 of window 1 end tell end tell end alfred_script
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