Script Timer 2.6.3
This program runs your AppleScript, Perl or shell scripts, applications, and Automator workflows at specified times.
It can execute actions on a daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly basis, or at regular time intervals. Intervals can range from one second to any number of weeks, with specific start and stop times. You can also use the program to invoke actions when the computer enters or leaves an idle state, just before or just after system sleep, at log in time, at log out (except OS X 10.8), when a specified program launches or quits, and using a feature called Dynamic Scheduling you can arrange for a script to schedule one or more scripts, workflows, or applications to run at times of its choice.
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