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Keymo 1.2.2 requires an Intel-based Mac and Mac OS X 10.7 or later. If you're using a PowerPC-based Mac, and/or Mac OS X 10.5, you can use Keymo 1.0 instead.

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Sometimes using the keyboard is just more convenient than a mouse or trackpad: Keymo gives you full control over your mouse pointer via keyboard shortcuts.

Here are some of the actions you can use and how to configure them:

Move the mouse

Move: Move in the specified direction, with a user-configurable step size, acceleration, and optionally confine movement to the current display.

Move the mouse by subdividing the screen

Move by Division: Easily move around the screen and yet quickly zero in on your target by subdividing your screen with each move. For a brief demonstration, watch this movie.

Move the mouse to any screen edge or corner

Move to Edge/Corner: Jump to any screen edge or corner with a single keystroke.

Move the mouse to another display

Move to Other Display: Quickly move the mouse to another display.

In addition to these listed actions, you can also center the mouse, scroll, click, and right-click.

One more highlight…

Keymo's three cursor highlight options

Find the mouse by highlighting it: Use one of three eye-catching images to highlight the mouse whenever it moves, only when it's moved by Keymo, or temporarily after a period of inactivity.

“This is absolutely wonderful” —Robert Randolph, satisfied user