Butler 4.2.3

Butler 4.2.3 | macOS | 5MB.


Thursday January 01, 1970

Butler facilitates the realization of a wide variety of potentially recurring tasks. Simply organize these tasks in Butler fully customizable settings and assign one or more triggers to a task.
Triggers available
– menus freely configurable systemwide in your menu bar / Docklet Butler
– configurable Drop – down menus freely – activated by hot key or hot corner (see below)
– abbreviations – for example, enter “qt” for start QuickTime Player
– hotkeys – for example, press [F1] to iTunes switch to the next track
– hot corners – for example, [shift] – [click the right mouse button] in the lower left corner of the screen to display a menu that lists all panels System Preferences
– events – for example, start iChat when Butler starts and the [option] key not maintained
possible tasks
– launch applications
– open files
– preference panes access
– manage bookmarks
– search the web
– run AppleScripts
– extend the carton
– Enter text fragments
– simulate key keys
– control iTunes
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