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Who is Automator?
Automator a.k.a. Dan the Automator: Daniel M. Nakamura, better known by the stage name Dan the Automator, is an American hip hop producer. He founded the record label 75 Ark, which was distributed by Tommy Boy Records during its short existence.
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Automator is an application developed by Apple Inc. for OS X that implements point-and-click creation of workflows for automating repetitive tasks into batches for quicker alteration, thus saving time and effort over human intervention to manually change each file separately. Automator enables the repetition of tasks across a wide variety of programs, including Finder, Safari, Calendar, Contacts and others. It can also work with third-party applications such as Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop or Pixelmator. The icon features a robot holding a pipe, a reference to pipelines, a computer science term for connected data workflows. Automator was first released with Mac OS X Tiger.
- developer: Apple Inc.
- license: Proprietary software
- official website: www.apple.com/macosx/features/automator
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Aperture 3 Portable Genius (2012)
by Josh Anon, Ellen Anon
Automator is a workflow tool that ships with Mac OS X. It lets you easily assemble workflow actions by dragging and dropping different pieces. For example, you could create a workflow to get the imagesyou have selectedin Aperture, export ...
MacBook For Dummies (2015)
by Mark L. Chambers
Figure 214: Automator is a dream come true if you.
by Thomas Myer
Automator is a workflowcreation toolthatfeatures an easytouse interface. It's perfectfor the nonprogrammer, because it allows users to piece together workflows using actions and other automation concepts. You'll be introduced to workflows, ...
Mac OS X Lion Pocket Guide (2011)
by Chris Seibold
Automator is a workflow tool for automating repetitive tasks: resizing photos, converting file types, combining text files, syncing files between folders—that kind of thing. In Lion, Au- tomator looks and acts much like previous versions, and at first ...
The Definitive Guide by Matt Neuburg
Automator is a utility application, new in Tiger, that allows the user to construct a script (called a workflow) from a series of steps (called actions) in a graphical inter- face without knowing a programming language. The default actions are in ...
Scripting and Automating Your Mac by Matt Neuburg
Automator is a utility application, new in Tiger, that allows the user to construct a script (called a workflow) from a series of steps (called actions) in a graphical interface without knowing a programming language. The default actions are in ...
The Ultimate Quick Guide to Mac OS X by Chris Seibold
Automator is a workflow tool for automating repetitive tasks: resizing a bunch of photos, converting filetypes, combining text files, syncing files between folders, and so on. Just about anything you can do with your Mac, you can automate. What's ...
by Oliver Byrne, Ernest Spon
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