- Updated for compatibility with OS X 10.11.4.
- New minimum system requirement is OS X 10.9.
This update should fix any difficulties you have been having with DwellClick on OS X 10.11.4 in the past week. Thanks to everyone who helped with testing this update.
As of v2.2.4, DwellClick now requires OS X 10.9. The last version to support OS X 10.6, 10.7 and 10.8 is DwellClick v2.2.3. Mountain Lion users can reinstall v2.2.3 from the Mac App Store. Snow Leopard and Lion users can download DwellClick v2.2.3 from http://pilotmoon.com/dwellclick/download.
Ratings and Reviews
My wrist thanks you!
Having already had my right wrist "released" (carpal tunnel syndrome), I try to be careful about the stress and strain of repetitive motions. My situation is made worse by my inflammatory arthritis. DwellClick to the rescue! It hasn't taken me long to adjust to using it, and already, my right wrist and thumb thank you.
However, I was a bit dismayed to see that MacWorld's 3.5-star review apparently prompted a $3.99 price increase in the app (c'mon -- increased volume is the way to go). Being on a fixed income, this is a big issue to me. This is an app that can really help physically challenged people, but at $16, its price is nasty. So, I've deducted one star for the stealth price increase.
Kudos to the developer for letting us choose our own keys for turning app on and off and for bringing up the double-click/drag/control-click mini-menu. Those are the kinds of attention to detail that enable us to adapt this app to our own needs.
100% Necesarry For Long Computer Use
In combination with a trackball, I’ve reduced wrist strain considerably with this and Dwellclick. If you notice wrist pains, don’t make yourself worry anymore and just get this already.
It is terrible, bad quality and layout. Freezes, no option on exact time to set for clicks. Intervals dont work properly. They idea was great, but lack of effort. It is a scam of $10.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.