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Switch Between Spaces, activate Mission Control, Launchpad, or Quick Look, or use the side buttons to navigate through pages in your browser. All of that and more. Right from your mouse. New Smooth Scrolling algorithm that strikes a perfect...

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IntelliPoint and IntelliType Pro software enables the unique features of your Microsoft mouse and keyboard, such as button and keyboard customization and battery status. After you install the software, you can access these features by opening Microsoft...

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USB Overdrive

USB Overdrive 4.0.1 updated

The USB Overdrive is a device driver for Mac OS X that handles any USB mouse / trackball / joystick / gamepad / media keyboard and any Bluetooth mouse from any manufacturer and lets you configure them either globally or on a per-application,...

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SteerMouse

SteerMouse 5.4.5 updated

SteerMouse is an advanced utility for USB and Bluetooth mice. SteerMouse can assign various functions to buttons that Apple's software does not allow, including double-clicks, modifier clicks, application switching, assignment of shortcut keys,...

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BetterTouchTool

BetterTouchTool 2.638 updated

BetterTouchTool lets you define tons of gestures for your Macbooks Trackpad, your MagicMouse and your MagicTrackpad. In addition to that it brings lots of new stuff to MacOS like Windows 7 like window snapping, window switchers.What is new in this...

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Couch Slouch

Couch Slouch 1.0b7 updated

Couch Slouch allows your TV's remote to control your Mac, and can also have your Mac and AV system react to one another, whether it's having your Mac wake up when you switch on your TV or having your TV and AV receiver switch off when your Mac goes to...

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Supported Logitech USB Mice: MouseMan Wheel (M/N: BA47) Optical Wheel Mouse (M/N: BD58) USB Wheel Mouse (M/N: BB48) or (M/N: UB48) WingMan Gaming Mouse (M/N: M-BC38) TrackMan Marble Wheel (M/N: T-BB13) Marble Mouse USB (M/N: T-BB14) MouseMan...

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Stock MacOS X supports the MacAlly Two-Button ADB mouse only as a standard mouse, thereby robbing the operator of the use of the right button. This driver places the mouse in MacAlly proprietary mode, enabling the right button.What is new in this...

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