Script Timer
Your rating: Now say why...

0

Schedule the execution of scripts.   Shareware ($12.00)
Add to my Watch List
Email me when discounted
Script Timer lets you schedule the execution of AppleScript, perl, and shell scripts, as well as Automator workflows and applications. Scheduling options include specific times of the day, week, month, or year, regular intervals ranging from one second to any number of weeks, when the computer enters or leaves an idle state, just before the computer goes to sleep or just after it wakes up, when you log into or out (except OS X 10.8) of your account, and when a specified application launches or quits. Using a feature called Dynamic Scheduling, you can also arrange for an AppleScript
What's New
Version 2.6.3:
  • Compatibile with OS X 10.7 and 10.8.
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.6 or higher



MacUpdate - Script Timer



    Be the first to recommend a similar software title.
Script Timer User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 2.x:
Your rating: Now say why...
Overall:

sort: smiles | time
There are currently no reviews or comments. Write a comment or review now.

There are currently no troubleshooting comments. If you are experiencing a problem with this app, please post a comment.

There are currently no ratings. Write a comment or review now.

Downloads:1,675
Version Downloads:120
Type:Utilities : System
License:Shareware
Date:13 Aug 2012
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $12.00
Overall (Version 2.x):
Features:
Ease of Use:
Value:
Stability:
-
-
-
Please login or create a new
MacUpdate Member account
to use this feature
Watch Lists are available to
MacUpdate Desktop Members
Upgrade Now
Install with MacUpdate Desktop.
Save time moving files & cleaning
up space wasting archives.
Script Timer lets you schedule the execution of AppleScript, perl, and shell scripts, as well as Automator workflows and applications. Scheduling options include specific times of the day, week, month, or year, regular intervals ranging from one second to any number of weeks, when the computer enters or leaves an idle state, just before the computer goes to sleep or just after it wakes up, when you log into or out (except OS X 10.8) of your account, and when a specified application launches or quits. Using a feature called Dynamic Scheduling, you can also arrange for an AppleScript script to schedule on the fly one or more other scripts, applications, or workflows at a time of its choice.

Registered users receive at least eight additional useful scripts to schedule upon registration and free email support.


- -