ASPPPPP
ASPPPPP
1.3.999999999

4.3

ASPPPPP free download for Mac

ASPPPPP1.3.999999999

28 April 2020

Create cursor shortcuts to jump across large screens instantly.

Overview

ASPPPPP brings Aperture Science's portal technology to your desktop. Avoid carpal canal syndrome and save millions of pixels of cursor moving.

When launching the app, you first set the position of the first portal. And then move across the screen and set the second position. These positions then remain static for jumping your mouse's cursor back and forth between the two points. If you want to move the portal locations, simply hold the COMMAND key and click and drag a portal to a new location.

Lastly, just for fun, the app keeps track of how many meters of wasted mouse movement you've saved. And if you don't like meters, it measures it by school bus lengths, shower curtains or a dollar bill.

What's new in ASPPPPP

Version 1.3.999999999:

Note: Now requires OS X 10.11 or later

  • Can you believe that Catalina PREVENTS ASPPPPPP from running without some new "Screen recordings" permissions ? What the hell, I did not ask anyone to bend tachyons in the ASPPPPP engine, so do I really care of "Screen recording"? Seriously ?

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How would you rate ASPPPPP app?

10 Reviews of ASPPPPP

SMcCandlish
14 November 2015
Version: 1.2.1

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I'd be interested in a "power-saving mode". Something not animated, and very low-memory, low CPU, and taking up very little space, just tiny hot-spots that are unobtrusive. Cool idea, though. I realize you just developed it for kicks, but there's a practical utility hiding under the glitz/fun.
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SMcCandlish
14 November 2015
Version: 1.2.1
I'd be interested in a "power-saving mode". Something not animated, and very low-memory, low CPU, and taking up very little space, just tiny hot-spots that are unobtrusive. Cool idea, though. I realize you just developed it for kicks, but there's a practical utility hiding under the glitz/fun.
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George6
02 November 2014
Version: 1.2.1
i have LS installed and starting ASPPPP triggered a connection warning, and my mouse was transformed to a portal which left me in a status where i could not dismiss the LS dialog. no click, no keyboard interaction with any gui element worked. took me 2 minutes until i accidentially alt-clicked and everything was normal again.
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5
WetNet
02 November 2014
Version: 1.2.1
Definitely a "time saver" app with HUGE potential in my workflow. Of course the CPU cycles are a little annoying, but you GOTTA LOVE the "What's New". I'm definitely following this one. Kudos to the dev!
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Psychos
26 January 2014
Version: 1.1.0
Excellent utility. Dragging a window through a portal works as expected, so the portals are indeed able to accommodate objects much larger than they are. The only issue I had were some graphics problems after letting go of the command key while dragging a portal, which is needed to drag one portal through the other portal.
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2.5
Sbartram
25 January 2014
Version: 1.0.0
Very cool utility for multiple, large screens. However, it eats CPU - it was constantly using 25-30% on my iMac. I'd definitely use it all the time if the developer can fix that issue.
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Chacha
23 January 2014
Version: 1.0.0
Hi, I am the developer. Honestly, I am very surprised for that good reviews, I really expected that utility to be definitely useless. So, do not hesitate to make some feedback. For instance, somebody already told me that he would like a "mute" option. Because he plans to use it a lot. Really. Well, I guess I will call it an "Aperture portal sound absorption field" :-)
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4.5
Paolo-Cordone
23 January 2014
Version: 1.0.0
Certainly a novel idea and something which I had not seen on any computer before. I guess it might take some getting used to, the mouse often ends up being swallowed by the whole :) But it can be useful and could possibly become a 'can't live without' addition to the GUI interaction...who knows...
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4.5
star-affinity
23 January 2014
Version: 1.0.0
Hahaha! This is really funny. Nice tribute to the game. :) Slows down the computer a bit (at least my MBP from mid 2010), but it's worth it for some time at least. :)
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4.5
J-Mueller-MacUpdate
23 January 2014
Version: 1.0.0
This really is a fun idea. It basically creates a hole on your large screen that, when entered with your cursor, it pops out at the other end of the "worm hole." They walk you through how to set it up really well. Nice!
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anonymous-camel-2414
23 January 2014
Version: 1.0.0
Hilarious software, works as advertised and I'll let it sit on my desktop not only because it looks cool but I'm also curious ot see if it will actually save me time. We'll see :-)
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