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Script Timer 2.3 Released

[Apps & More Software Design](http://www.appsandmore.com/) has released [Script Timer 2.3](http://appsmore.theboss.net/script_timer.htm), 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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