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       mousetweaks - Accessibility enhancements for pointing devices


       mousetweaks       [--dwell]      [--ssc]      [--dwell-time=FLOAT]      [--ssc-time=FLOAT]
       [-m|--dwell-mode=STRING]     [-c|--show-ctw]     [-t|--threshold=INT]      [-g|--geometry]
       [-s|--shutdown] [--daemonize] [-?|--help]


       mousetweaks  is  a  collection  of  accessibility  enhancements for pointing devices. This
       manual page describes the mousetweaks daemon.


              Automatically perform mouse clicks without using a physical button.

       --ssc  Trigger the secondary mouse button when the primary mouse button is held down for a
              specified amount of time.

              Time  to keep the pointer motionless before a dwell click is performed.  Range: 0.2
              - 3.0 seconds.

              Time to hold the primary  mouse  button  before  a  simulated  secondary  click  is
              performed. Range: 0.5 - 3.0 seconds.

       -m, --dwell-mode=STRING
              Select  a  dwell  mode.  Available  options:  window - Select the click type from a
              window or a panel  applet.   gesture  -  Perform  different  clicks  by  moving  in
              different directions.

       -c, --show-ctw
              Show the click-type window. Only useful in combination with --dwell-mode=window.

       -t, --threshold=INT
              Ignore small pointer movements. Range: 0 - 30 pixels.

       -g, --geometry
              Size  and  position  of  the  click-type window. Expects a standard X Window System
              geometry string. ie. WIDTHxHEIGHT+X+Y

       -s, --shutdown
              Stop the mousetweaks daemon.

              Start mousetweaks in the background, ie. spawn a child process.

              Start mousetweaks in login mode. Login mode enables workarounds  specific  to  GDM.
              Currently unused.

              The  daemon  creates a lock file in the $XDG_RUNTIME_DIR directory to keep track of
              its state. On systems with no user runtime directory, the $XDG_CACHE_HOME directory
              is used.


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       This manual page was written by Francesco Fumanti.


       Licenced under the GNU General Public License v3 or later.