Cursor Hider hides the mouse pointer while you are working with the keyboard
Windows AllPlatform :
USD $15Price :
270 KBFile Size :
4/21/2003Date Added :
Cursor Hider helps you to work more productively. It removes the mouse pointer (the mouse cursor does not cover the entered text) while you are working with the keyboard and returns the pointer with any mouse action. Real example: You are going to visit a
web site with forms to fill in. At first you type the URL in the browser's address bar - www.softexe.com. What do you think about the dot behind softexe? To be or not to be (already typing)? For URL checking you have to take mouse and move the mouse pointer to the side of the screen. With Cursor Hider the mouse pointer disappears after first (or second in unregistered version) keystrokes and nothing blocks the URL now. You can turn off the mouse pointer completely. This is a very useful option for touch screen devices. You will not see the cursor at all!