A new QuicKeys X Public Beta for Mac OS X is now available. The folks at CE Software are currently readying QuicKeys X, which is written in Cocoa for the new operating system. You’ll need QuicKeys 5.0 when using 9.1 or when running it in Classic mode.
The new public beta adds mouse recording; shortcut playback; an improved Editor interface; you can record your mouse actions; play back or repeat Shortcuts within other multi-step shortcuts using the Play Shortcut plug-in; and you can combine individual actions into multi-step shortcuts.
QuicKeys X, which is written as an application, lets you modify, create or delete shortcuts and steps using an all-new QuicKeys Editor. A new Sticky option allows multiple key-presses, expanding the number of hot keys that can be assigned and you can transfer shortcuts to another computer or location with Shortcut Import & Export.
The QuicKeys Dockling enables the user to trigger shortcuts, edit toolbars and control playback of shortcuts from the Dock. And with QuicKeys X, you can run Unix commands directly with a QuicKeys shortcut.
To download the New QuicKeys X Public Beta, or for more info, go to the
product Web site. The introductory price for QuicKeys X is US$49.95. You can place your advance order online.