Boinx Mouseposé 1.3 goes Universal

Boinx Mouseposé is now a universal application for all Macs, PowerPC- and Intel-based. The tool, which helps presenters drawing attention to the mouse during presentations, now works with Keynote 3 and complements the Boinx Software Universal Applications portfolio. Mouseposé is a unique tool that is essential for everyone doing demos at tradeshows, presentations, trainings or those individuals with huge and high resolution displays. If turned on, Mouseposé dims the screen and puts a spotlight on the area around the mouse pointer, easily guiding audiences’ attention and helping to quickly locate the mouse pointer.

Apple has added a feature to Keynote 3 in iWork ’06 which allows Mouseposé to work during Keynote presentations. Mouseposé now helps Keynote users to make their presentations more captivating for their audience. In the Slideshow Preferences, just check the “Allow Exposé, Dashboard and others to use screen” option to make it work.

Boinx Software was among the first developers to introduce Universal versions of their applications iStopMotion 1.9 and FotoMagico 1.5 at Macworld in January. Efforts to move the entire product range to the Intel Mac platform continue succesfully with Mouseposé 1.3.

Boinx Mouseposé can be used for free with a free license key which can be obtained from the Boinx website. More info and download link here.

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  1. “Boinx Mouseposé”

    Wasn’t that a cheesy stripper from the 1930s that got busted for prostitution in a Capitol Hill / FBI sting operation? There was a lot of screen dimming and spotlighting then too.

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