Apptivate v2.0.2 – Assign system wide shortcuts to applications and more


Apptivate… There are a lot of applications that would be better if you could assign a system wide hotkey for them. This is where Apptivate comes into the picture. Apptivate lets you assign a system wide shortcut for any application, script file or other file on your system for easy access any time.

Simply launch Apptivate, select an application or any other file, choose a key combination, and there you have it! Instant access any time.You can also take a quick peek at any application by pressing and holding the hotkey. When the hotkey is released, the application is hidden.

Version 2.0.2:
  • “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.

Intel, Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later
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