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Angle Mouse v2.0.3
Angle Mouse v2.0.3 The Angle Mouse is a pointing facilitation technique that runs quietly in the background and improves the efficiency and ease of mouse pointing, especially for people with motor impairments. The Angle Mouse is a target-agnostic pointing facilitation technique that works by continually adjusting the control-display (C-D) gain based on how coherent (straight) or divergent (angular) the mouse movement is. When the mouse moves straight, the gain is kept high, but when the mouse corrects abruptly, often near targets, the gain is dropped, making targets bigger in motor-space. If you have any questions or comments, contact Jacob O. Wobbrock at The Angle Mouse requires the Microsoft .NET 2.0 Framework. Download it here. This software is distributed under the New BSD License agreement. Publications Wobbrock, J.O., Fogarty, J., Liu, S., Kimuro, S. and Harada, S. (2009). The Angle Mouse: Target-agnostic dynamic gain adjustment based on angular deviation. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '09). Boston, Massachusetts (April 4-9, 2009). New York: ACM Press, pp. 1401-1410. Acknowledgement This work was supported in part by Microsoft Research, Intel Labs, and the National Science Foundation under grants IIS-0811063 and IIS-0812590. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this work are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of any supporter. Jacob O. Wobbrock James A. Fogarty Shih-Yen (Sean) Liu Shunichi Kimuro Susumu Harada Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 3,284 Jan 31, 2020
Dr. Jacob O. Wobbrock
DesktopTime v2.0.3
DesktopTime v2.0.3 Displays the current time and date on your Mac desktop. DesktopTime allows you to add the fully-customizable time, date and battery level on top of your desktop wallpaper. Usage Launch the app to display the time. Launch the app again to show Preferences and quit. Features displays the time, date and battery level in selected screen corners customizable fonts and colors displays on the main screen, secondary screens or all screens at once Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 2,255 May 10, 2021
Marcel Dierkes
Overlayer v2.0.3
Overlayer v2.0.3 A utility that allows you to turn any window(s) into an overlay for your games and programs, by allowing you to introduce: topmost, click-through, and transparency to them. Overlayer allows you to turn any window(s) into an overlay for your games and programs, by allowing you to modify your windows to introduce three new components to them: topmost, clickthrough, and transparency - by using these three components together, you effectively create an overlay. When the program closes, any window modifications made will be reset automatically, so you need not worry about persisting modifications. Windows can be selected, either from a list, or by using the window grabber - after being selected, the window will added to the inactive window list, where it can be moved to the active window list to enable modifications for that window, and moved back should you want to disable modifications temporarily, without losing the modified state. In order to modify a window in the active window list, it must be selected first. Multiple windows can be selected as well in order to modify multiple windows using the same modifications at the same time. The modifications are stored on a per-window basis. The three modifications are as follows: 1) Topmost - when enabled, the window remains on top of all other windows. 2) Click-through - when enabled, clicks pass right through the window, preventing it from gaining focus by disabling interaction with it. Optionally, a hotkey can be used to toggle this modification on and off, allowing you to interact with the window momentarily by disabling click-through, and then re-enabling it once you're finished interacting with it. 3) Transparency - when enabled, the selected window will be configured to use the opacity set by the slider ...
5/5 1,452 Jul 30, 2023
Sim Daltonism for Mac v2.0.3
Sim Daltonism for Mac v2.0.3 A window to color blindness. From the perspective of a color blind person, some colors are impossible to distinguish. Sim Daltonism lets you visualize colors as they are perceived with various types of color blindness. Move the Sim Daltonism window over something on the screen and see what it looks like with a color blindness. With this app you can check the accessibility of websites and other user interfaces, make your visual designs better for color blind people, or just play around to better understand how various color blindness types affect color perception. The Filter Window The Sim Daltonism window acts as a filter for what is under it. You can click inside and manipulate windows from other apps that are located under it. But you can change this so the filter window follows the mouse pointer, displaying the area around it. This makes it possible to view the filtered image alonside the unfiltered one. Performance Sim Daltonism is fast enough to filter a video in real time or to have many filter windows active simultanously. If needed, you can reduce or increase the refresh speed to save energy or improve responsiveness. Simulated Vision Sim Daltonism can simulate the vision of many forms of color blindness: Red-Green Deuteranopia (no green cones) Deuteranomaly (anomalous green cones) Protanopia (no red cones) Protanomaly (anomalous red cones) Blue-Yellow Tritanopia (no blue cones) Tritanomaly (anomalous blue cones) All colors Monochromacy Partial monochromacy Note that the colors ...
5/5 3,943 Mar 30, 2019
Michel Fortin
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