Quicksilver Screencast: Running with Scripts

Here in The Apple Blog community, there was a mention about the power of using some of the scripts that are accessible through Quicksilver. So I put together a quick screencast showing how to make sure those options are enabled and what some of the more useful items are.

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From my perspective (on a 13″ MacBook) the fewer items I need to keep open on my screen, or taking up screen real estate in my Menu Bar, the better. So having access to regular controls and settings via Quicksilver’s script access is a great alternative.

Have a look at the Quicksilver Scripts screencast.
It’s a .mov file and clocks in around 55mb in size.

Feel free to leave your questions or comments below and I’ll address them as I’m able to.

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