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Mousecape does a great job. It is almost completely undocumented, sub-1.0 release, and doesn't really come with any cursors. Still worth a look!
A tool that might just help you is Cliclick. With it, you can read the mouse position using the p:. command, move the mouse using the m:x,y command, and click using the c:. command. This is a bit of a hack, really, but regarding the multi-monitor support, you can use Slate, where you can programmatically call Cliclick with the coordinates of the mouse in a ...
I was able to set up ControlPlane to automatically toggle OS X natural scrolling on/off when I switch between using my trackpad & mouse. I outlined exactly how to set it up step-by-step in this blog post: http://kellenmace.com/automate-trackpad-mouse-natural-scrolling-in-mac-os-x/ I looked at Scroll Reverser also, but the developer describes a few ...
You can use Keyboard Maestro: Repeat script with 'is disconnected'. You may need to change the USB device name. AppleScript from shell script: Toggle Natural scrolling from command line with reload
I tested a few other mice, and it seems that it was my mouse that was causing the problem. The clicker got too much use over the last 5-6 years, and does not accept the click+hold any longer.
From the parallels forum, but could be a goer? If you don't want the dock or menu to show up in Mac OS X full screen then you need to turn on active screen corners and then set the screen corners to not have any associated action. (From the menu select "Virtual Machine" > "Configure...". Then select "Options" from the toolbar and then "Full ...
The "natural" scrolling is reverse of normal scrolling on a laptop. Switch off natural scrolling and let us know if that works.
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