Nulana has released Shortcuts 1.4 (http://nulana.com/shortcuts), an update to its productivity application for Mac OS X. The upgrade adds a built-in editor for AppleScript and Shell script shortcuts. What’s more, the application user interface is now available in eight languages, including Chinese and Italian.
Shortcuts allows users to create, manage, and see their favorite shortcuts in one location. You can reconfigure shortcuts and choose other apps or keyboard keys.
Shortcuts can be set for: applications, folders and files; system actions, shell scripts, AppleScripts, and web site. If a new shortcut conflicts with a system one, application asks you either to choose another combination or to override the system shortcut.
Shortcuts requires an Intel-based Mac running Mac OS X 10.6 or higher. It costs US$9.99 and is available worldwide through the Mac App Store in the Product