Descriptions for CursorSense 1.3.2
Name: CursorSense for Mac
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version:OS X 10.6 or later
Includes: Pre-K’ed (The Shark)
Web Site: http://plentycom.jp/en/cursorsense/
CursorSense is a simple to use and straightforward macOS pane designed from the ground up to provide you with all the tools you need to change the cursor’s speed and acceleration.
Furthermore, the CursorSense macOS utility comes with built-in support for all trackpads and mice, and it is designed to allow you to move the cursor with a greater accuracy.
Having your mouse’s cursor moving like you move your hand is done by adjusting both the tracking speed and the sensitivity using CursorSense’s preference pane.
- For Designers: Setting acceleration to 0 will make the cursor movement flat. This is good for drawing, but the cursor will move extremely slow. You will need to increase the sensitivity.
- For Windows Users: Many users who have a long experience in using Windows cannot get used to the cursor movement on the Mac. One reason might be that Windows uses sensitivity to adjust the cursor movement, and the Mac uses acceleration. Set acceleration to 0.01 and use sensitivity to adjust the cursor movement to approximate the cursor movement in Windows.
- For Gamers: Gaming mice have a high DPI/CPI and precise cursor control. Some gaming mice move the cursor extremely fast even with acceleration set to 0. You will get the ideal cursor movement by decreasing sensitivity in this case.
You can configure acceleration and sensitivity for each mouse / trackpad individually. No need to change the settings every time when replacing the mouse as you would have to in System Preferences.
What’s New in CursorSense 1.3.2
- Increased the maximum value of the sensitivity to 1950.
- Problem solved where a device would not be recognized properly.