A simple, beautiful hotkey manager.
Launch applications, execute scripts, run automator workflows and open files or folders. All of this at the press of a key combination.
Apptivate 2.0 introduces hotkey sequences, which are simply a sequence of key combinations. In previous versions of Apptivate, you could only bind an item to one key combination/hotkey. In Apptivate 2.0, it's possible to bind one item to something like ⌃A + T, and another item to ⌃A + H. To activate one of the items, you simply press the key combinations in order: first ⌃A and then either T or H.
This greatly simplifies your key combinations if you've got a lot of items.
Apptivate also includes a preference for hiding the application if it's active when the hotkey is pressed. You can also take a quick look at an application by pressing and holding the hotkey; when the hotkey is released, the application is hidden.
Is there something else you want to know about Apptivate? Head over to http://www.apptivateapp.com/support/
"Re-launching" Apptivate while it's running opens the main window (or the preferences window if the menubar icon is hidden).
Added a preference to allow overwriting system shortcuts. This should fix the problem some people have been having with F14 and F15.
It's no longer necessary to hover an item to see the hotkeys while holding the Option key.
Pressing Enter when in the hotkeys view of an item brings you back to the list.
Items are saved more often.
It's now possible to order the items by name.
Fixed a bug that would cause keys not to work. This might fix the problem with the i-key not working; if it doesn't, please contact us.
Apptivate (se.cocoabeans.apptivate) is a Mac software application that has been discovered and submitted by users of Software.com.
Operating System: Mac
Default Install Path: /Applications/Apptivate.app
Copyright: (c) Cocoabeans Software, 2010