Good to know. But look, I never claimed anyone was trying to rip me off. I claimed that I was upset because an application designed to simply create and run Apple Scripts that costs $26 for the basic "power pack" doesn't have the capability to run scripts at a specific date and time.
It seems like too simple of an add on to not exist. There are no third party "work flows" that might incorporate the running of a script at a specific day and time?
Here's what I am trying to do. I need to program various Mac applications and iTunes Playlists to trigger specific tasks when I need them to. For example, I need the butt (broadcast using this tool) application to trigger the 'Go Live' (PLAY button) function at 7 PM nightly, and at the same time, have an iTunes playlist play that is connected to a live stream from a talk show called Free Talk Live (one of my network's affiliates). Then, at 10 PM, I need the butt application to stop live streaming (STOP button) and, at the same time, I need the network automation live stream pulled up on Google Chrome which I have saved as a Chrome bookmark, and have the page set to refresh itself every 30 minutes in case of playback error. That's just one example of something that I need done. It sounds like Alfred could probably do ALL of this, except trigger at the specific day and time I need it to automatically.