Script Timer System Requirements

Please contact us if you need a previous version of Script Timer.

Version 2.7.1
  • Any Intel dual core or later Macintosh running OS X, versions 10.9 (Mavericks), 10.10 (Yosemite) or OS X 10.11 (El Capitan). It has been tested and appears to work fine in macOS 10.12 (Sierra).
  • an installed BSD package
(Normally the BSD package is installed with the operating system unless a custom installation was done. To verify that the package is installed, go to the Receipts folder in the /Library folder and look for a file called 'BSD.pkg'.)

Please note: Script Timer is not yet compliant with OS X’s Gatekeeper technology. Please see FAQ #30.

Version 2.6.4
  • Any Intel dual core or later Macintosh running OS X, versions 10.6 and up, including 10.9 (Mavericks) (idle stop actions are not reliable in OS X 10.9).
  • an installed BSD package
(Normally the BSD package is installed with the operating system unless a custom installation was done. To verify that the package is installed, go to the Receipts folder in the /Library folder and look for a file called 'BSD.pkg'.)

Please note: Script Timer is not yet compliant with OS X’s Gatekeeper technology. Please see FAQ #30.

Version 2.6.3
  • Any Macintosh running OS X, versions 10.6 up to and including 10.8 (Mountain Lion).
  • an installed BSD package
(Normally the BSD package is installed with the operating system unless a custom installation was done. To verify that the package is installed, go to the Receipts folder in the /Library folder and look for a file called 'BSD.pkg'.)

Please note: Script Timer is not yet compliant with Mountain Lion’s Gatekeeper technology. Please see FAQ #30.

Version 2.6.2
  • Any Macintosh running OS X, versions 10.4 through 10.6.8 (runs natively on Intel-based Macs).
  • NOTE: compatibility with OS X version 10.7.n is not 100%. Occasional crashes may occur.
    • an installed BSD package
(Normally the BSD package is installed with the operating system unless a custom installation was done. To verify that the package is installed, go to the Receipts folder in the /Library folder and look for a file called 'BSD.pkg'.)

Earlier versions of Script Timer are still available for older versions of the Macintosh OS. Click here for details.

NOTE: Due to some changes made by Apple, versions of Script Timer prior to version 2.5.1 are NOT Leopard or Snow Leopard compatible.