We’d all like to think our company’s data is well protected, but when you ask IT professionals they admit the data probably is not as safe as it could be.
-- this script emulates the OS 9 (and earlier) startup items folder, with the added ability to stagger and delay launches -- to use this script, -- 1. make a new folder in your preference folder (the one in the library in your home directory) called (exactly) -- staggeredlaunchitems -- 2. put aliases of the files you want to open/applications you want to launch into the staggeredlaunchitems -- 3. customize the delays, if desired, in the two "set" commands at the top of the script -- 4. save this script as an application, and make it a login item in (in accounts under system prefs) set launchdelay to 10 -- change this as required to customize the number of seconds before the first item launches set itemdelay to 5 -- change this as required to customize the number of seconds between launches tell application "Finder" set launchitemsfolder to (path to preferences folder as string) & "staggeredlaunchitems" delay launchdelay repeat with x from 1 to (the number of files of folder launchitemsfolder) set thefile to (file x of folder launchitemsfolder) as string do shell script "open " & (quoted form of POSIX path of thefile) delay itemdelay end repeat end tell quit
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