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 — for example, enter “qt” to launch QuickTime Player
- hot keys — for example, hit [F1] make iTunes switch to the next track
- hot corners — for example, [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 — for example, 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
- Menu bar text labels no longer vanish after clicking them once in dark mode. (Hat tip to Andreas S.)
- Screen Saver Smart Items now work more reliably. (Hat tip to Ken G.)
- The iTunes information window's volume indicator bar is now less likely to overlap with other text fields.
- Improved compatibility with macOS 10.15 Catalina.
OS X 10.8 or later, 64-bit processor