Major update brings improved user interface, expanded configuration.
Colorado Springs, Colorado (February 8, 2007) – Atomic Bird, LLC,
announced today the immediate availability of MondoMouse 1.3 for Mac
OS X 10.4.
MondoMouse is an innovative user interface and productivity
enhancement for Mac OS X. With MondoMouse installed, windows in most
applications can be moved or resized at any time, without moving the
mouse to the window’s title bar or resize handle. Even if the window
is behind other windows at the time– just point your mouse at a
window and MondoMouse gives you control over it. MondoMouse also
identifies partially-hidden windows, indicating application and
window name for any window on the screen. Find the right window
instantly even if dozens of windows are open. Additionally MondoMouse
includes a focus-follows-mouse option with which you can switch
windows and applications just by pointing the mouse at the window you
Animated demonstrations of these features can be found at the Atomic
Bird web site.
MondoMouse was awarded 3.5 mice in Macworld’s December 2006 issue.
MondoMouse was originally written as an entry in the Iron Coder
contest for Mac OS X software developers, in March 2006. Although it
did not win, it is the first publicly-available application to
develop from an Iron Coder entry.
Version 1.3 adds significant user interface and configuration
options. MondoMouse is available directly from Atomic Bird at
(http://www.atomicbird.com/mondomouse/) for only US$14.95. It may be
used for free during a 30-day trial period. Version 1.3 is a free
upgrade for owners of earlier versions.
About Atomic Bird
Since 2003, Atomic Bird, LLC, has been developing and winning awards
for Macintosh software. Atomic Bird is the developer of the Mac OS X
system maintenance utility “Macaroni” and the clock-chime tool
“Chimey”. Atomic Bird’s web site can be found at