ClickScroll
ClickScroll
2.1.1

4.0

ClickScroll free download for Mac

ClickScroll2.1.1

03 April 2006

Scroll windows using mouse movement.

Overview

ClickScroll gives your Mac a highly-addictive feature: scrolling without scrollbars and scroll wheels. No need to move your eyes anymore when you need to scroll a Web page or a text document - simply call ClickScroll once and gently move your mouse around.
ClickScroll supports multi-button mice for a fast access, as well as single-button mice, so you can use it on your laptop.

With ClickScroll, enjoy these unique features :
  • Themes support
  • 2D Scrolling
  • User-defined themes support

What's new in ClickScroll

Version 2.1.1:
  • ClickScroll can now be activated by key combinations (can be 100% mouse triggered or keyboard triggered)

If you already own a ClickScroll 1.x serial number, please contact Alorsoft to get a 50% discount for your ClickScroll 2 serial number.

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How would you rate ClickScroll app?

7 Reviews of ClickScroll

Anonymous
29 November 2004
Version: 1.0

Most helpful

Why would I need this when I have to CLICK on scrollwheel to scroll? (see the irony here? I have a *scroll*wheel mouse). What if I have an Apple Pro Mouse? Click on a modifier key to scroll, you say. uControl, I say.
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Macgic
13 October 2008
Version: 2.0
I find ClickScroll very useful, even with the Apple mightymouse. What prevents me from buying it is that there has been no update since 2006. So, ClickScroll might be abandonnedby the developpers?
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GBukalders
02 September 2005
Version: 1.5
For laptop users iScroll is for free. For the rest of us... Well, if you're using Apple one-button mouse, you can try ClickScroll :)
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Anonymous
04 March 2005
Version: 1.2
It's almost perfect, except that if the scoll-function could be keyboard-free, such as double click at non-linked region of webpages, or documents, and so on. i believe it would be more convienent if keyboard-free.....
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Anonymous
17 December 2004
Version: 1.0
Kinda slow and clunky but still worth keeping your finger on - from time-to-time. PWBK 1.5Ghz
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Anonymous
30 November 2004
Version: 1.0
not to mention this is built into the driver that came with your mouse
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Anonymous
30 November 2004
Version: 1.0
For laptop users, check out sidetrack. Its shareware, but is way worth it!
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Anonymous
29 November 2004
Version: 1.0
Why would I need this when I have to CLICK on scrollwheel to scroll? (see the irony here? I have a *scroll*wheel mouse). What if I have an Apple Pro Mouse? Click on a modifier key to scroll, you say. uControl, I say.
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