Hi all, I downloaded Launchd after someone recommended it to me for scheduling repeating tasks...figured $4, big whoop. However now that $4 seems like wasted cash -- I had no idea it required knowledge of writing "plists" and "bash" files and all this other stuff. Lots of threads tell me to buy this or that OTHER program to get it to work. Have I wasted my time/money trying to work with a utility that is beyond my comprehension?? All I want to do is schedule my wifi to turn off and on at specified times. I have used iCal (Calendar in OSX 10.8.5 -- despite my name I also have a 2013 Macbook Air) to try to do this but (and this was my main reason for wanting to use Launchd) it does not work when the computer is asleep, which for my purposes defeats the whole point. I'm doing this for my own productivity as I work from home. I found a script online that would do this for me but it doesn't seem to work with Launchd. All I need to do is have the wifi turn off at 8:30am, on again at 11:15am, off at 7pm, and on again at 8pm. I want it to do this whether the computer is awake or not. Keep in mind I know nothing about writing plist files or what to do with them if I did. I have researched a lot but all instructions online I can find, even ones "for dummies" are really complicated. The most helpful thing would be if someone could give me some kind of "blank" form plist file with instructions about where to put it, how to load/unload, etc., or just write the script for me (too much to ask?). I am also open to alternatives. Thanks in advance, you guys are awesome.