Apple on Monday posted several AppleScripts that work in conjunction with Salling Software’s recently released Sony Ericsson Clicker . The AppleScripts posted to Apple’s site this morning are for Keynote and iTunes, but scripts for iPhoto and Finder scripts will be posted later. Apple’s own AppleScript Product Manager Sal Soghoian wrote the scripts to further enhance the capabilities of the Sony Ericsson Clicker. ” Every technology needs a killer app — this is Bluetooth’s killer app,” Soghoian told MacCentral.
AppleScripts for Sony Ericsson Clicker
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