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    Applescript - Run
    one thing Windows has that i wish the Mac OS had was the Run.. feature of the start menu. But since there is none, I made my own:

    http://www.ianray.com/apps/Run.zip

    as of now itll only run apps. i might add the ability to enter a path or ftp, but those are already under the Go menu in Finder with key commands.

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    so that just launches apps? cool, but isnt that sorta like the dock, or the applescript menu I have that launches apps?

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    Kind of like using quicksilver I suppose - just less sexy

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    i have over 75 apps. i dont wanna put them all in the dock or use a menu to browse. like i said, its to mimic the Run option in the Start Menu for launching apps. nothing fancy, just something i find useful

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