Butler is a file launcher that provides you quick access to applications and any other kind of document by browsing fully customizable system-wide spring-loaded menus, clicking hot corners, pressing hot keys, or entering abbreviations.
Butler comes with a unique way to manage your bookmarks without depending on a certain browser. Butler comes with full support for a large number of search engines by default, but you can easily add your own if you want.
Butler also allows its users to quickly access items you have previously stored in your clipboard, effectively turning your clipboard into a stack. You can use Butler to control iTunes, access the system preferences, move and copy files, change the current user, and so on.
Here are some key features of "Butler":
· launch applications
· open files
· access preference panes
· manage bookmarks
· search the web
· run AppleScripts
· extend the pasteboard
· enter text snippets
· simulate keystrokes
· control iTunes
· accelerate Spotlight
· move/copy files
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Worked around an issue with inter-application communication on OS X 10.8.2.
· Fixed an issue with copying email addresses.
· Fixed a bug where function keys F16 through F19 couldn't be used for hot keys.