Butler makes it easier for you to perform a wide variety of potentially recurring tasks. Just arrange these tasks in Butler's fully customizable configuration and assign one or more triggers to a task.
- freely configurable system-wide menus in your menu bar/Butler's docklet
- freely configurable pop-up menus -- triggered via hot key or hot corner (see below)
- abbreviations -- e.g., enter "qt" to launch QuickTime Player
- hot keys -- e.g., hit [F1] make iTunes switch to the next track
- hot corners -- e.g., [shift]-[right mouse button click] in the lower left corner of your screen to pop up a menu that lists all system preference panes
- events -- e.g., launch iChat when Butler starts up and the [option] key is not held
- launch applications
- open files
- access preference panes
- manage bookmarks
- search the web
- run AppleScripts
- extend the pasteboard
- enter text snippets
- simulate keystrokes
- control iTunes
WHAT’S NEWButler 4.3
- Added support for Google Chrome's bookmarks.
- Restored Butler's ability to communicate with other apps via AppleScript on macOS 10.14 Mojave.
- Improved hot corner reliability on recent macOS versions.
- Worked around an issue with dragging files from a Dock stack.
- Title: Butler 4.3
- Developer: Many Tricks
- Compatibility: OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor
- Language: Multilangual
- Includes: K'ed by TNT
- Size: 5.3 MB