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Find your mouse pointer with animated concentric circles

whereismymouse-1.0-2-x86_64
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'Where Is My Mouse' is a little application that draws concentric circles around the mouse pointer. This can help finding it on the screen, especially when doing a presentations with a projector or on a laptop.

Use Haiku's Shortcuts preferences to set a key combination for the tool.

Just run it to see the effect.
To change settings like number of circles, their width and the speed of the animation, run it from the Terminal with the -s parameter:

WhereIsMyMouse -s

This will open a settings panel to adjust those visuals. You can change the color of the circles by drag'n'dropping a color from an app like Colors!, Icon-O-Matic or WonderBrush onto the animation preview.
Settings are saved in ~/config/settings/WhereIsMyMouse_settings.

Name
whereismymouse
Repository
HaikuPorts
Repository Source
haikuports_x86_64
Version
1.0-2
Download Size
22.4 KB
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Yes
Categories
System and Utilities
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512