MondoMouse
MondoMouse
1.4.4b4

3.7

MondoMouse free download for Mac

MondoMouse

1.4.4b4
29 March 2010

Adds cool new capabilities to your mouse.

Overview

Note: MondoMouse is no longer under development, and it is no longer available for download.

MondoMouse makes your mouse mightier!

MondoMouse is a mouse enhancement for Mac OS X 10.4. It adds cool new capabilities to your mouse. Move or resize any window without clicking on it or bringing it to the front. Find and identify any window instantly without using Expos. Make focus follow the mouse, switching windows or applications just by letting your mouse hover over them.

What's new in MondoMouse

Version 1.4.4b4:
  • This update fixes a weird bug some people encountered with beta 2 in which TextEdit would unexpectedly launch when starting MondoMouse.
  • I won't go into details, it's too weird, but this update fixes it.

29 MondoMouse Reviews

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Lee123
28 October 2008

Most helpful

Why isn't everyone using this? This is some good old save you tons of time and wrist action software. This stuff is standard fare on linux but this is the first I have used it on the macbook pro. I love it. Focus follows mouse people rejoice. The default value for "Focus follows mouse" is way to high. Set this setting to 0.30 or so and see how easy it is to switch windows.
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Version 1.4.2
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01 March 2011
"ABOUT THIS DEVELOPER I actively respond to user feedback" That's what the profile say. But another three months and no response. Guess it's Abandonware.
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Version 1.4.4b4
marzipan
25 December 2010
do people realize that at least two of MondoMouse's functions have been present in the OS for years? you can move and resize background windows without bringing them to the foreground by Command-dragging their title bars and resize corners, respectively - no additional software required. so you need to use the title bar or the resize corner - so what? you can ignore my star rating because i've never used MondoMouse - because i've never needed it!
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Version 1.4.4b4
2 answer(s)
Maudlin
Maudlin
04 December 2012
If only we had more reviewers like you, with the courage to say what they think about, and rate, a product which they’ve never tried. More, please!
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Xenophile
Xenophile
25 June 2014
You make a good point, but since you haven't used Mondomouse, it should be in the form of a comment instead of a review. I personally wouldn't bother with software that's been in beta for over four years. The developer obviously doesn't care about this software and is unlikely to fix it once a new OS X version finally breaks it.
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09 December 2010
Appalling customer service. A month with no reply whatsoever, despite several reminders. Avoid them like the plague. N.B. I would have left the Rating Stars 'Features', 'Ease of Use', and 'Stability' blank since without a license I cannot use the software I paid for. However, macupdate requires all to be rated before it'll submit.
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Version 1.4.4b4
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02 December 2010
Macupdate emailed them on 22nd November on my behalf. They ignored it. I've used their websites 'Contact Us' form for the second time just to send a duplicate.
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Version 1.4.4b4
.
07 November 2010
I've tried to contact the developers three times (twice with email, once with their websites contact form) asking if I can get a replacement licence file. It's been two weeks and they have yet to reply. Anyone suggestions welcomed. Thanks.
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Version 1.4.4b4
Eddymacuser
11 June 2010
This is a great addition to the Mac OS GUI. Haven't had any problems with latest version.
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Version 1.4.4b4
I'm happy with these recent betas. After Snow Leopard was released, I experienced hangs and crashes of MondoMouse Tool occasionally. I find MondoMouse utterly indispensible, so I was just re-enabling it in System Prefs when this happened. The recent betas fix all my problems, however.
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Version 1.4.4b4
Dana-Sutton
21 March 2010
I haven't tried this beta long enough to be able to comment on it, but I do have one general comment. Since the release of Snow Leopard, both this app. and SmartScroll have been buggy and their developers haven't yet succeeded in making them stable and reliable. I suspect that in both cases the reason for this is the same: the developers don't fully understand changes introduced by Apple in the interest of pushing touch technology in general and the Magic Mouse in particular, and I wouldn't be surprised to find out that the reason for this is that Apple has not fully documented its changes for the benefit of third-party developers. So I'm resisting any temptation to think bad thoughts about the developers of MM and SS. My hunch is that they aren't lazy and indifferent, but rather that Apple has put them in a bad place. These have both been great little utilities in the past, and I hope they will be again in the future (it might be helpful if these two developers would talk together and pool what they have learned so far).
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Version 1.4.4b2
1 answer(s)
Robotank
Robotank
22 March 2010
You make a very fair point, and I don't think that the developer of MondoMouse should be faulted for having difficulty, only for being so incommunicative. The dev of Smart Scroll, on the other hand, has been putting out regular updates since Snow Leopard came out, and, in my experience, is very responsive to customer emails. Even if he hasn't worked out all the glitches yet, at least his customers can see that he's trying. I submitted a bug report to MondoMouse's developer shortly after 1.4.4b1 came out. I never received a response, and now, almost 6 months later, an update comes out with the same issue apparently not fixed. If his difficulties with MondoMouse were such that he couldn't put out any updates for a long stretch, the least this developer could have done was post some information on his web site letting people know what was going on. He could also acknowledge bug reports, so those of us who do submit them know that he's aware of our issues. The fact is, when you pay money for software you have a right to a functional product or, at the very least, a good reason why the product isn't functional. I'm sorry, but a 6 month stretch with a basically unusable version of MondoMouse and not so much as a peep from the dev on what's going on is simply unacceptable.
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Version 1.4.4b2
Rnb2
21 March 2010
Hmmm, is it just my machine where beta 2 doesn't actually do anything it's supposed to, but instead starts TextEdit whenever it's activated and won't let it close, to the point where the only way to restart the machine is to deactivate MondoMouse so that TextEdit won't stop the machine from restarting? Weird............
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Version 1.4.4b2
1 answer(s)
Robotank
Robotank
21 March 2010
It is a rather weird glitch, and one I was experiencing in 1.4.4b1. I reported it directly to the developer, but it obviously hasn't been corrected. I hope for the sake of people still using MondoMouse that the space between b2 and the next update isn't as long as it was between b1 and b2 (close to 6 months). MondoMouse is a great utility, and I understand that its bugs in Snow Leopard have been difficult to deal with, but I think the dev needs to be more communicative so his customers at least know what's going on. His long silence and the long lack of an update to MondoMouse to get it working properly on Snow Leopard caused me to abandon it in favour of Zooom. I'm not trying to trash the dev here, just offering a constructive suggestion.
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Version 1.4.4b2
Serkol
25 February 2010
I am using it on Mac OS 10.5, so I don't have any mentioned problems. Generally I like MondoMouse, but it lacks one very important things. Since this app is for moving/resizing windows, it MUST have a feature to reset the window position and size to predefined or saved settings. I record screencasts, and sometimes I have to re-record a part of a screencast, that was recorded some time ago. I need to place one or more windows to exactly the same position. MondoMouse should be able AT LEAST to snap windows to the center and screen edges. Ideally it should be able to save and restore position of any window.
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Version 1.4.4b1
$14.95

3.7

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later
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