Running an Applescript at Specified Times

Yesterday I posted about a great Applescript that a Platinum Level reader made for me. Jered gives a link for setting it up in iCal, but that is a rather inelegant solution if you ask me. The last thing I want is some unneeded event in iCal. Instead I use Keyboard Maestro to run the Applescript at any given time that I want, this way the entire process stays hidden.

Here’s what that looks like:

Screen shot 2011 02 02 at 2 00 25 PM

(These times are the times when I am likely to be in front of my computer starting work, or an hour or so before I wrap up work for the day.)

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Yesterday I posted about a great Applescript that a Platinum Level reader made for me. Jered gives a link for setting it up in iCal, but that is a rather inelegant solution if you ask me. The last thing I want is some unneeded event in iCal. Instead I use Keyboard Maestro to run the […]