If you have a Kensington input device and you’re using Mac OS X, you may be interested in the company’s recent release of MouseWorks for OS X 1.0. The software has been tested publicly for the last several weeks, and Kensington has just released the final 1.0 version. MouseWorks for OS X essentially provides a subset of the software that Mac OS 9 users have had access to with MouseWorks 5.6 for Mac OS 8 and 9.
The software provides Kensington mouse users with enhanced acceleration ability, scrolling support, and the ability to configure Kensington’s current line of USB and ADB-equipped mice and trackballs. One-touch access to Web sites and applications using DirectLaunch buttons on the Turbo Mouse Pro trackball is also supported. The control panel software itself also features a new Aqua interface.
“All serious issues identified during beta testing have been addressed,” notes Kensington software development manager Joe Kissell.
Kensington indicates that further functionality will be added to MouseWorks for OS X in future releases, as well. Please consult the Web site and Read Me file for important additional information before installing these drivers.
Download MouseWorks for OS X 1.0