Is there a way to disable or filter the command+. keystroke that turns off the scheduler in a standalone? Or for that matter, any way to filter keystrokes that get passed to the app from the OS?
I’ve not had any luck finding a way to do this in the documentation or previous forum posts.
Any ideas are appreciated!
I don’t know of any way to do this.
I was thinking that dspa.key will report cmd-period, but I don’t
think there’s a way to programmatically restart the scheduler, short
of maybe triggering a UI AppleScript.
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