Mac Shutdown X 1.2.5
Mac Shutdown X is a small utility designed for Mac OS X to shutdown the Mac after a big file download or at the time the user specifies specify or on other events It can help a user start a download of big files over the net and have the Mac automatically turned off when the download is finished in the night.
It is customizable using a easy to use setting setup panel (no coding or editing of script required). It's small, fast, simple and reliable. The user can choose to shutdown the Mac: - On a scheduled plan - On a specific date and time - When a generic file is removed or moved on your Hard Disk - When a download is finished (dragging and dopping it on Mac Shutdown X): using Safari using Firefox or Camino or Netscape using Speed Download - At launch time to use it via Apple iCal Mac Shutdown X is the successor on Mac OS X of our old Shutdown Controller for Mac OS Classic but has not a single line of code in common with the old Shutdown Controller. It is native and was entirely rewritten on Mac OS X for Mac OS X using Objective-C and Cocoa. The result is a pleasant, small utility that does its job in a simply and elegant way. Optimized for Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard). Runs also under Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger).
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