Developer: Aaron Smith
Current Version: 1.1
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 256.6 KB - Download
Mouse Warp is a wrist saver for users with multiple displays.
It moves your cursor back and forth between displays depending on the active application, and which display it's on.
*cmd+tab will warp the mouse to another display if the selected application's active window is in another display.
*after a warp to another display, start cycling windows with cmd+~ (before moving the mouse), your mouse will warp to each window you move to, moving the mouse will cancel this behavior
*cycling windows with cmd+~ will always warp the mouse to another display if the window you went to is on another display.
* Your cursor will _not_ move if it's over the main system menu.
-Updated the check for accessibility enabled.
Most Helpful Reviews
NICE! - I have a 27" iMac with a 24" Samsung connected and this will for sure save me a lot of mouse pushing! The best part is it's use automatic because it uses the same keyboard shortcut as when I'm swithcing apps anyways so it's perfect.
Do not buy - fails at its one simple job. - Using on 10.8, dual monitors with a MBP. This app installs, and will warp the mouse only to apps on the laptop display. As I use the external monitor primarily while I'm at work, the mouse cursor jumps over to the laptop display every time I switch to an app over there, and stays there. This makes the app less than useless. I can't get a refund. There is no support, just a dead website with no email address. This needs to be pulled from the store.
More Reviews for Current Version
Does what it says - On Mavericks & MacBook Pro 6.2, does what it says (command-tab to an application on a different monitor will move the cursor to that application’s window). Not at all configurable, which is ok for a $0.99 application.