Editing a Script Packaged with Harmony

Harmony comes pre-installed with several scripts. These scripts are stored in a read-only location among other files that are packaged by Harmony. Hence, by default, they cannot be edited.

To edit a script that was installed with Harmony, you must copy it to a location where it can be edited. This can easily be done by using the Make Editable button of the Script Editor view. This button creates a copy of the script and stores it in a location where you can make changes to it. Meanwhile, the original copy of the script remains untouched, and it is possible to revert to it later if you want.

IMPORTANT Some buttons and menu items in the Harmony user interface run scripts that are packaged with Harmony. Hence, making changes to scripts packaged with Harmony may impact its functionality.
NOTE If you make unwanted changes to a script that was packaged with Harmony, you can restore its original version—see Restoring a Harmony Script.