Kensington's OS X MouseWorks Beta Updated

Kensington has released a new version of their MouseWorks for OS X, 1.0b2. Kensingtonis MouseWorks software is the "brains" that drives their line of award winning trackballs and mice, including the outstanding TurboMouse trackball. The MouseWorks software allows users to program buttons, control cursor speed, and automate application launching. According to Kensington:

This is a pre-release version of MouseWorks for OS X. Kensington is making this beta release publicly available in order to get as much feedback as possible regarding bugs and compatibility issues. We will work hard to identify and fix all major bugs before the final release of version 1.0.

However, because this is not a final release, it has some rough edges and has not yet undergone the level of internal testing we feel is adequate to ensure a problem-free experience. Therefore, we recommend that you treat this release as you would any other beta software. Be sure to back up any important files before installing this software. Do not use this release on a "mission critical" machine, because we cannot guarantee freedom from errors, crashes, or other anomalous behavior. Be sure to read the list of known issues below, as there are some features that are not yet working quite as expected. Finally, please provide us with feedback on any bugs you experience. This will help us to make the software as solid and reliable as we can.

You can find more information, including download links, at the Kensington Web site.