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LazyMouse 2.0.3 Adds Leopard Support

LazyMouse 2.0.3 Adds Leopard Support

Posted November 5, 2007 at 9:56am by iClarified · 4133 views
LazyMouse is a Preference Pane that moves your cursor to the default button whenever a dialog box appears on your screen. In other words, it will save you time moving the mouse to dismiss dialogs.

What's new with LazyMouse 2.0.3
- Although there were no known issues before, LazyMouse is now fully tested under Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard
- Reduced idle-time CPU load to almost 0
- The register reminder will now disappear after 20 seconds.
- Cleaned up the look of the registration reminder window
- LazyMouse is now a little more forgiving about snapping back the cursor after a slight mouse move.
- Fixed some issues having to do with potential changes in the way Mac OS X handles onscreen graphics

LazyMouse 2.0.3 Adds Leopard Support
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