updated 06:55 pm EST, Tue November 23, 2004
iKey 2 creates shortcuts
Script Software has released , the latest version of its powerful automation tool for Mac OS X. iKey allows anyone to automate any computer action and fire it off via a hot key or menu or button on a palette. iKey now includes a wonderful manual and extensive reference written by Adam Engst. Version 2.0 is complete rewrite, offering components for entering commands, defining the context for availability, launcher for defining trigger events for command, shortcut customization, menu creation (with submenus), and palettes for multiple visual-based options. It also offers improved AppleScript support, automatic update checking, new metal interface/UI, the ability to re-use commands in different shortcuts, support for multiple commands per trigger, testing of commands, and more. iKey 2 is $30 and runs on Mac OS X Jaguar and Panther.