Cursorcerer
Cursorcerer
3.1

3.3

Cursorcerer free download for Mac

Cursorcerer3.1

22 November 2019

Hide your cursor with a handy global hotkey.

Overview

Cursorcerer allows you to hide the cursor at any time by use of a global hotkey. It can also autohide an idle cursor and bring it back as soon as you move the mouse.

Useful for hiding the cursor when using the control-scrollwheel zoom trick to make videos and flash content full screen.

To install, just double click on the prefpane. Hit control-option-k to zap and unzap the cursor. If you want to uninstall, go to ~/Library/PreferencePanes/ and trash Cursorcerer.

What's new in Cursorcerer

Version 3.1:
  • App is officially signed by Apple for distribution
  • Dark mode support in MacOS Catalina and Mojave
  • Fixes a bug which prevented Cursorcerer from being active after reboots in newer version of the Mac operating system

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How would you rate Cursorcerer app?

4 Reviews of Cursorcerer

5
carl-input
12 March 2016
Version: 2.0

Most helpful

I used to use Unclutter on Debian, and always missed it on OS X, so was well pleased to find this. It's the same, only a little bit better.
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5
carl-input
12 March 2016
Version: 2.0
I used to use Unclutter on Debian, and always missed it on OS X, so was well pleased to find this. It's the same, only a little bit better.
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0.5
thomasmk02
01 June 2015
Version: 2.0
Help! This app worked at first but now it makes my mouse glich over and over when ever I move it. Please help me!
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5
Mattchance
24 January 2010
Version: 1.0
Many video sites are programs are incapable of hiding your obtrusive cursor while videos are playing. This simple tool fixes that, and I am having no problems with it. I appreciate that you can make any hotkey work the cursor hide, to make it easy for you to remember. You can also set a timer, such as "hide cursor after 20 seconds idle. Love this.
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Jwd
16 July 2007
Version: 1.0
This program is useful for getting rid of the mouse while watching YouTube in fullscreen, but it has some serious drawbacks: 1. Relies on a daemon that was using 17 MB real memory after one minute of operation (yikes!) 2. No button in the prefpane to activate/deactivate the daemon (had to use Acivity Monitor to quit, don't know if it will come back again at login)
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