I just checked my Finder settings and the extensions are shown.
I also tried my last document to which I successfully added a bibliography (Pages 4) and it didn’t work this time.
I I also tried pasting a little text in a new document with bare formatting and it didn’t work.
I tried the latest version of the scripts (Harrison’s website is back online for a few days!) and I receive the same error as before:
"AppleScript reported the following error:
Pages got an error: Can’t get «class pSel» of document “Document.pages”.”
I pulled out my old test documents and libraries, and at least in my setting the CiteInPages5 scripts work fine with Pages 6.0.5 (MacOS Sierra 10.12.3 running on a new 15” MacBook Pro). There have been issues like this in the past related to getting the
correct path to files. Some have found that setting file name extensions to show has helped: Finder > Preferences > Advanced > "Show all filename extensions" should be checked.
If this doesn’t work, you could consider sending me an example file and BibDesk library that show the problem and I’ll take a look.
James H. Harrison, Jr., MD, PhD
Associate Professor and Director of Biomedical Informatics
Departments of Public Health Sciences and Pathology