Warp Mouse for Mac
Working with big displays or multiple monitors is a great way to keep under control numerous windows and applications. However, it might prove to be tiresome, annoying and even dangerous for your health to move your mouse cursor from one side to another or even from top to bottom. Fortunately, there is a solution for this problem.
Warp Mouse is a helpful and very easy-to-use Mac OS X application specially designed to help you reach different areas of your screen, especially the top, bottom and the sides, more easier and quicker.
What is more, Warp Mouse can help you prevent the Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS). Although the international debate about the relationship between CTS and repetitive motion in work is still in progress, numerous subjects experience various symptoms associated with the syndrome.
Carpal tunnel syndrome can cause paresthesia, numbness, pain and various symptoms in the distribution of the median nerve as a result to its compression at the wrist in the carpal tunnel. Among the causing factors you ca find repetitive tasks, such as the movement of the hand while moving the mouse/cursor from one side of the screen to another.
Thanks to Warp Mouse, you can now “teleport” the cursor from on side to another by “hitting” the sides of the desktop with your cursor at a certain speed. Hence, you can move from the left side of the screen to the right and vice versa by simply hitting the left or the right sight respectively.
Customizable travel speed
Once Warp Mouse is active you can move from one side to another and from top to bottom with as little hand movement as possible. By accessing the Preferences window, you can decide which sides you want to use for cursor “teleportation”.
Furthermore, you can configure Warp Mouse to automatically start at login and adjust the speed with which you need to hit the top, bottom, left or right sides in order for the cursor to move from one part to another.
If you are looking for a smooth and seamless transition between sides, we suggest that you set the “Threshold Mouse Speed for Warp” at the speed off 0 pixels per second.