2. Simple Task Launcher
3. Mark All Emails As Read
Yes, we wish we could just have this script run all of the time.
Ahh… that’s better: Inbox at 0.
After running this script, your inbox will return to peace at 0 unread e-mails. If you have a few hundred e-mails, like us, this script could take a few seconds to mark all of your e-mails as read.
4. Print Daily iCal Agenda
Paper may be on its way out, but when we have a busy agenda scheduled, sometimes we like to have a hard copy for reference. However, you can save a few steps when printing an iCal daily agenda with this AppleScript:
tell application "iCal"
view calendar at (my (current date))
switch view to day view
tell application "System Events"
keystroke "p" using command down
delay 1 -- (seconds)
delay 2 -- (seconds)
Add that script to the AppleScript Editor and click the Run button. iCal will open to the current date and will print a daily agenda using your default printer. You can save this as an application and have it run at login so that you always have a print copy of your daily agenda.
5. Auto-Save Pages Documents
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