WestCode Software has updated the wonder-utility, OneClick, to version 2.0. OneClick is a launcher/docking station/pallete bar extraordinaire for the Mac OS. The latest release includes an array of new features while bringing full OS 9 compatibility to the product. According to WestCode Software:
For those of you who held off in purchasing OneClick 2.0, let me tell you a little bit about some of the improvements we have made.
Now Mac OS 9 compatible, OneClick 2.0 includes new versions of the popular Task Bar, Launch Strip, and System Bar palettes. And OneClick's EasyScript language has been packed with over 80 new and enhanced keywords, continuing OneClick's lead as the most versatile scripting and macro product available for the Mac. Version 2.0 also has been diligently reworked and tested to be more stable and compatible than ever.
What's more, we've added a host of enhancements for helping you create new keyboard or button shortcuts in a snap, making version 2.0 even easier to use.
Our new Record A Shortcut menu option allows you to create quick timesavers without even opening the OneClick Editor. No more need to fuss with palettes or buttons just to make a keyboard macro. All you have to do is click the record
button, perform the repetitive or multi-step action you want to simplify, then once you're done recording enter the keyboard command you want assigned to the shortcut. Quick and easy! And when you want buttons, this makes button setup a breeze too.
The new Shortcut Manager keeps track of all your OneClick keyboard and button shortcuts. It provides a quick reference that shows your assigned keystrokes, and list of shortcuts for each application or all your global shortcuts. You can also use the Shortcut Manager to print your shortcut list, change keyboard assignments, and view shortcut scripts.
The enhanced contextual menus for buttons and palettes let you change settings (such as button border and color, keyboard assignment, and more) without making a trip to the Button Editor or Palette Editor. In addition to changing common button and palette settings, you can now immediately go to the editor you want right from any palette or button.
New features in OneClick 2.0 and the OneClick Scripting Additions OSAX allow you to seamlessly and reliably integrate AppleScript with OneClick's scripting language to bridge applications that aren't fully "AppleScriptable." AppleScripts can use the new Do OneClick Script command (in OneClick Scripting Additions) to embed OneClick scripts within AppleScript (and, of course, you can still embed AppleScript within OneClick scripts). Hybrid scripts give AppleScript the ability to control non- scriptable applications using mouse clicks and keystrokes.
OneClick is available for US$59.98 as an electronic version, and US$79.95 for the CD version with full documentation. Registered users of OneClick 1.x can upgrade for a limited time for US$19.98. You can find more information at the WestCode Software web site.