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Mouseposť 1.3 Adds Universal Binary Support

Mouseposť 1.3 Adds Universal Binary Support

by , 9:45 AM EST, February 24th, 2006

Boinx Software announced the immediate availability of Mouseposť 1.3 on Friday. Mouseposť dims your screen and highlights the area surrounding your mouse pointer, making it easy to find your cursor on large displays, or to highlight areas during presentations and training. The updated version is a Universal Binary application capable of running natively on both PowerPC and Intel based Macs. It also now works with Apple's Keynote 3, letting you highlight parts of your display during Keynote presentations.

Mouseposť 1.3 is available for download at the Boinx Software Web site, and is free.

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