Macscheduler.com has released an update for Scheduler, bringing it to version 3.3. Scheduler is a utility designed for scheduling anywhere from appointments to AppleScripting tasks. The update features a new Hot Key Manager function and various bug fixes. According to Macscheduler.com:
Macscheduler.com is proud to announce another release of its all-around scheduling utility Scheduler for Macintosh (v. 3.3).
Scheduler for Macintosh is an all-around scheduling utility for appointments, launching applications, documents and AppleScripts. It is also able to trigger the download of Web pages and files in many browsers, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape, Opera, OmniWeb, and iCab.
Whatis new in this version:
- Hot Keys Manager introduced
- Schedule files or folders containing them can now be imported directly from the Finder by dragging and dropping them on a specific location on the Schedule Manager window
- Added a warning when user edits an inactive task - this warning will ask user whether he or she wants to activate the task, so that Scheduler can execute it when due (user request)
- Fixed bug preventing the use of the Sound Manager on Jaguar (Mac OS X 10.2.x)
- Fixed bug causing the appearance of menus in Portuguese in some systems
- Fixed bug preventing the bevel buttons on the Schedule Manager from highlighting properly when user chose "Select All" on the "Edit" menu
- Fixed bug preventing the correct update of a groupis due time when a task was deleted
You can find more information about the Scheduler update at the Macscheduler.com. Web site. Scheduler is available for US$20.00.