Comm-Unity Networking Systems has released MMScript 1.1.3, a maintenance release of the FileMaker plug-in to trigger and schedule scripts. It’s compatible with FileMaker Pro 8.5 on Mac OS X and Windows.
MMScript allows you to create a whole calendar of events. You can trigger a script in the present or at any time in the future. For example, you can set up a script to trigger in five minutes or five days.
MMScript is available immediately at http://mmscript.cnsplug-ins.com/ for both Mac OS X and Windows. You can download a demo copy of the plug-in to test it out before purchasing.
A single-user license of MMScript is US$35. You can find a purchase link on the website. There are several other price points and information for educational/non-profit institutions on the purchase page for the plug-in.
If you own an existing license for MMScript 1.0.x, this is a free upgrade. However, you will need a new license key for this version. When you first run MMScript 1.1.x, it will prompt you to upgrade from your MMScript 1.0.x registration. This process will notify the creators of MMScript to send you a new license key and will also install a temporary demo license key.