close AppleScript command by attempting to close the window (and its associated document, if any).
- macOS 10.0+
close command arguments from the
command object and uses them to determine how to close the associated document—specifically, whether to ignore unsaved changes, save changes automatically, or ask the user and to identify the file in which to save the document (by default, the file that was opened or previously saved to, or an “untitled” name if the file has never been saved).
If there is a corresponding document and the window is the main window of the document, it forwards the
close command to the corresponding document; otherwise, the window sends itself a
perform message, if it has a close box. This may have been handled differently in versions of macOS prior to version 10.3.