Assign keyboard shortcuts to run or open your scripts, documents, or applications. Global or application-specific contexts are supported.
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I use FastScripts Lite myself. Quicksilver confuses me, and FastScripts Lite does everything I need it to.
Hi Halleck - thanks for the comment. It's true that Quicksilver and FastScripts have some overlapping features. I would definitely encourage anybody who is satisfied by Quicksilver for triggering scripts to stick with that.
The features of FastScripts are multi-faceted, but all laser-focused on scripting. For many users it's just one little thing that FastScripts does right, where the other solutions do wrong, that make it worth while.
Note that there is also a free Lite version of FastScripts.
Nice idea for it's day, but I don't see why anyone would pay for this now when you can just set up some triggers in Quicksilver, which is free.
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