Mousinity creates an infinity effect for your cursor when it reaches the edges of your screen. For example if you go to the top of your screen, your mouse will appear on the bottom, and right-to-left.
What's new in this version: Version 220.127.116.11 has added new feature to convert the INI file automatically if currently not Unicode.
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"It's funny, not more."
Version: Mousinity 18.104.22.168
Easy to install.
As for me, it isn't very convenient if you need to reach exactly an edge or a corner of monitor's display.I have automatically hidden taskbar option on my PC, so, I can't reveal my taskbar and stop Mousinity too. When using Windows 8 you'll be not able to call Start Menu, Settings Sidebar or any previous window if your cursor cannot be positioned in correct place.
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