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using applescript to close a program after a time


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Hi, and thanks for looking.

I am interested in writing an applescript that will launch an app, and then close the app after 2 hours of it running. I would like to have iCal start the script. I would also like the script to wake from sleep even though the lid on the mackbook is closed. is that part possible?
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