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Discussion in 'macOS' started by Gerard., Sep 5, 2008.
As the title says ^^
The easiest way is to make an ical event with an alarm that run's an applescript. And then just make the applescript launch the app.
The other way is more complicated and involves creating launchd entries (perhaps using a program like Lingon).
As the next sentence says vv
You could learn to use cron:
It's worth learning it in the long run, but it involves using terminal and UNIX commands
A google search brought up this Cron GUI app:
When you've made your new task in cronnix, in the command put this:
"open /Applications/Firefox.app" will open firefox (remember the .app at the end)
Can't this be done with automator?Never tried that. Just wondering...
Help with cronnix
I'm having some problem using cronnix.
I create the command I want to execute I give it the time I want it to start.
But when the time comes nothing happens. Instead if I give "run now" from the commands tab it works.
Probably i'm doing something stupid could you help me anyway?