Thanks for this script. I really love it and I find it very useful!
While using this widget, I did find a small bug.
To replicate it:
- Have another bluetooth device connected (like a mouse or keyboard) and make sure it's before your AirPods on the bluetooth list.
- Have your AirPods second or third or anywhere after the first bluetooth device on the list and make sure it is not connected.
- The widget will display 'Not Connected' instead of 'x'.
I believe this is a bug with your logic in looping. It seems like the script hits the if statement on the third line here and returns checkBattery() because the bluetooth devices before the AirPods are Connected: Yes.
repeat numberOfDevices times --loop through each devices checking for Connected string
if item counter of myList contains "Ivan's AirPods" then
if item counter of myList contains "Connected: Yes" then
else if item counter of myList contains "Connected: No" then
return " "
display dialog "Error Parsing" --this shouldn't happen
set counter to counter + 1
I don't have any experience writing Apple Script, but I might try to debug this on the weekend.
Found the fix. For anybody using this widget in the future, there are three strings you will need to change.
- Replace the two occurrences of "Ivan's AirPods" with "Your AirPod Name"
- Replace the one occurrence of "name:" with "You AirPod Name:"