I would like to create an AppleScript that turns on Slow Keys, and another that turns it off. The reason I would like to do this because: I have a 2.4GHz wireless keyboard that I use "simultaneously" with multiple computers (one of them being a MacBook). I don't use the keyboard on both computers literally at the same time, but switch back-and-forth as I prefer. When I switch from PC to Mac, I just enter Ctrl-Alt-Del and that locks my screen without displaying the password dialog, thus preventing characters I hit on my keyboard from displaying on my PC (in addition to my Mac). But when I "switch" to my PC, when I activate the screensaver on my Mac, the password dialog shows when you press a key and, of course, accepts any characters typed through the keyboard. And anytime I hit "enter" it, of course, displays that I entered my password incorrectly. If I can create an Applescript to activate slow keys (and tie it to a keyboard shortcut), I can prevent characters from being accepted on both computers at the same time. It's not a huge deal, but it would be really nice if I could get it to work. I'm not really familiar with AppleScript, but here's what I have so far (I'm also not sure whether this would run the script in the background or not): Code: tell application "System Preferences" activate end tell tell application "System Events" tell process "System Preferences" click menu item "Universal Access" of menu "View" of menu bar 1 delay 2 tell window "Universal Access" tell first tab group click radio button 3 end tell end tell end tell end tell This gets me to Universal Access > Keyboard (tab), but I would like it to get to select "Slow Keys: On"/"Slow Keys: Off". Any suggestions? Thanks for your help!