I recently realised that if client X asks me to edit paragraph 3 on services.html I have to open my Client X folder on my computer, my Client X email folder, the Client X ftp address and so on, so I made an Applescript for each client and use Launchbar to open the script with a keyboard command.
In case the script might be of use, here’s one for ClientX. You’d need to change what should be fairly obvious bits for your own use.
I’m no Applescript expert so while this works for me and it might work for you, well, who knows? Watch out for line wraps.
-- Applescript to open Finder window, Interarchy ftp address -- Eudora mailbox and Safari tab -- Note: replace the username in the path, and figure out the -- correct path for your folder tell application "Finder" Open "Macintosh HD:Users:username:Documents:websites:www.clientx.co.nz" end tell -- Note: replace the host address in the path, and replace -- the username and password tell application "Interarchy" activate list file "Macintosh HD:private:tmp:501:Cleanup At Startup:Directory Listing" ¬ host "clientx.co.nz" path "public_html/" user "name" ¬ password "password" with window end tell -- Note: replace the mailbox name. On my machine this mailbox -- is inside a folder, but that makes no difference - you just -- call it by name tell application "Eudora" open mailbox "clientx" end tell -- Note: replace the URL tell application "Safari" if not (exists document 1) then make new document at the beginning of documents end if set the URL of the front document to "http://www.clientx.co.nz/index.html" end tell -- end Applescript