|Mar 27, 2008, 10:04 AM||#1|
Using AppleScript to reset Date
I'm wondering how to create a very simple applescript. I just want it to set the system date to February 5th every time that I launch a particular application. Is this possible?
|Mar 27, 2008, 10:11 AM||#2|
You should be able to run a shell command that does 'date -s "02/05/2008 00:00:00"'. I don't know if applescript itself can set this, i looked around briefly and didn't see anything. The script could probably do this first, then launch the app. I am not too familiar with binding scripts to other actions, but that may be possible, too.
Just license the app, and the date restriction will go away =).
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