This is the sequel to our Keyboard Maestro review I did recently. It turns out Keyboard Maestro is so useful, that I made another screencast about it. (And I’m already planning even another one on using Keyboard Maestro) Because it’s just sooo useful.
So here’s a little breakdown on Keyboard Maestro‘s feature set:
In this screencast I’ll show how we, easily, can get rid off some menubar icons and optimize some of our day-to-day workflows using Keyboard Maestro
After this screencast you can remove the Fast User Switch icon and Bluetooth from the menubar. As well as having a brandnew shiny iPhone iTunes controller which interacts with Growl.
The scripts mentioned in this screencast can be downloaded from here: