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Script Timer 2.3 Released

Apps & More Software Design has released Script Timer 2.3, a script and application scheduling application for Mac OS X. Script Timer “lets you schedule the execution of AppleScript, perl, and shell scripts, and can also be used to schedule the execution of Automator workflows (OS X 10.4 and up only) or applications.” Script Timer is available as a 30-day trial, with user licenses starting at US$12.



  1. Then again, you could just make a workflow with a “Run AppleScript” or “Run Shell Script” action and save it as an iCal plugin.

    Or am I missing something? Of course that only works in OS X 10.4+.

    Comment by Peter Dekkers — July 28, 2005 @ 6:41 am

  2. True, perhaps, but given how buggy those actions are, alternatives are always good.

    Comment by Steve — July 28, 2005 @ 6:58 am

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