Say What
Say What
1.1.8

5.0

Say What free download for Mac

Say What1.1.8

12 March 2006

Remotely launch applications & AppleScripts via Web browser.

Overview

Say What allows you to remotely launch applications, documents or AppleScripts via a Web browser. It uses the standard HTTP protocol and will run on whatever port you decide so it can run alongside other Web services. Features include:
  • Remotely launch AppleScripts, Applications and Documents
  • Ability to run on the port your choice
  • Ability to allow unlimited or only IP addresses you enter to connect
  • Only allows files within a specific folder to be launched so you control what can be done
  • Hide or view the log on screen
  • ALL transactions are recorded in a log file
  • Integrated help system
  • Appearance Manager compliant with an Aqua interface on Mac OS X
  • Uses Navigation Services
  • Purchase option to direct you to a Web site to purchase immediately
  • Same version runs in Mac OS 8/9 and native on Mac OS X.

What's new in Say What

Version 1.1.8: Fixed issue with Growl integration where a dialog box would be presented when Growl isn't installed.

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How would you rate Say What app?

1 Reviews of Say What

5
Anonymous
09 July 2003
Version: 1.1.1

Most helpful

We've been using the demo version for about three weeks. I suppose you could write little applescripts to do the same thing, or even shell scripts, but if you can't or don't want to spend the time, this utility makes it easy and it seems to work well. No crashes and works as promised. Registration fee might be a little high for what it does, but since it's worth it to us we happily paid the fee.
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5
Anonymous
09 July 2003
Version: 1.1.1
We've been using the demo version for about three weeks. I suppose you could write little applescripts to do the same thing, or even shell scripts, but if you can't or don't want to spend the time, this utility makes it easy and it seems to work well. No crashes and works as promised. Registration fee might be a little high for what it does, but since it's worth it to us we happily paid the fee.
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