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There is a OS X shareware App that can modify pooling rates for USB devices: http://www.usboverdrive.com/USBOverdrive/Devices.html Supported devices: The USB Overdrive works with any compliant input device so there's really no way to list them all. In general, the USB Overdrive should work with the following kinds of devices: Mouse, ...
I can't comment yet but I also want to chime in for USB overdrive, which works with El Capitan. But just having the USB overdrive driver does not remove mouse acceleration even after unchecking the Acceleration box within the driver settings. You also need to go to the OS X Mouse Settings panel and set Tracking Speed all the way to Slow. You can still ...
Not strictly a duplicate of Spring loaded folder settings missing in Yosemite however the answer is the same, so I'll save future Googlers some effort by copying it, with slight modification, to here. Spring-Loaded Folders The slider is located in System Preferences → Accessibility → Mouse & Trackpad You can change the spring-loaded ...
You can definitely do it using bettertouchtool, which allows you to reprogram every imput button.
In iTerm2 you hold down alt (left or right) and click to move the cursor to any position on any line.
When ever I'm setting up a guest OS, I find it helpful to do two things. Open up the OS X system preferences and review every setting on every tab of the mouse and trackpad, paying particular attention to multi button and multitouch gestures and shortcuts. If you use a trackpad or touch device, connected multibutton mouse over USB to make sure that those ...
If you have a razer product and use razer synapse the following apply: The acceleration can be reenabled on OS X update. To disable again just drag acceleration up and then down to 0 again and the issue is fixed.
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