Apps & More Software Design has released Script Timer 1.2, an update to their AppleScript scheduling application that runs on Mac OS 9.2.1 and Mac OS X.
Script Timer lets you schedule the execution of OSA based scripts (such as those created using AppleScript) and can run your scripts at any time on a daily, weekly, weekdays only, monthly or one time basis. Or you can have them run at regular intervals ranging from minutes to weeks.
Script Timer has a small memory footprint and is designed to run unobtrusively in the background. The program comes with several sample scripts, including examples of Finder, as well as third party application scripting and the use of parameterized scripts.
Version 1.2 adds the ability to run scripts both synchronously and asynchronously; return data to be saved in the Script Timer log file; launch stay open script applets; directly launch any application or open any file for which you have sufficient access privileges; and automatically detect changes to the data file.
ScriptTimer is US$10 “trialware,” with site and academic licenses available. You can download a copy from the
application Web site. Version 1.2 is a free update to registered users.