Cursorcerer
Cursorcerer
2.0

3.3

Cursorcerer free download for Mac

Cursorcerer

2.0
21 October 2014

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 2.0:
  • 64-bit version for OS X 10.10 Yosemite
  • Reduced the minimum possible threshold time to hide an inactive cursor
  • Preferences for autohiding will now always be respected after reboots

Requirements for Cursorcerer

  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.9.0 or later

4 Cursorcerer Reviews

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Mattchance
24 January 2010

Most helpful

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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Version 1.0
carl-input
12 March 2016
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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Version 2.0
thomasmk02
01 June 2015
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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Version 2.0
Mattchance
24 January 2010
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.
Like (1)
Version 1.0
Jwd
16 July 2007
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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Version 1.0
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jackshrack
jackshrack
11 February 2012
Haven't really noticed any problems and it's no big deal to stop the process with activity monitor. Otherwise exactly what I was looking for. Kudos to the developer...many thanks
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