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Using AppleScript with Adobe Version Cue

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Hi, I have an Adobe Version Cue server set up, and I am trying to find a way to automate the synchronization of a server.  I have had only partial success with this.  What I have is a script that activates Bridge, then, if and only if Bridge starts in the correct screen, and with the correct server selected can I simulate the menu event of Tools > Version Cue > Synchronize.  Is there a way to use more sophisticated commands to browse to the correct area and invoke a synchronization, rather than just hoping that the last user of the computer left Bridge in the correct place?

Thank you for your help.
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To get a better idea of what scripting support is available for any application within Mac OS X you should open the Script Editor application (found inside of the Applications/Applescript/ folder)
You can choose File > Open Dictionary in Script Editor to display the dictionary of a scriptable application or scripting addition on your computer.
A dictionary is the part of a scriptable application that specifies the scripting terms it understands.  Or you can drag an application icon to the Script Editor icon to display its dictionary (if it has one).
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