Mousetweaks provides mouse accessibility enhancements for the GNOME Desktop. Indeed, it offers the following functions to the user:

  • Simulated secondary click: it allows the user to perform a secondary click (menu click) by holding down the primary mouse button while keeping the pointer motionless.
  • Dwell click: it allows the user to perform the various clicks without pressing any hardware button.
  • Pointer capture: it allows the user to lock the pointer in a determined area of the panel until the user releases it by a predefined keystroke or mouse button.

Since version 2.31.3, mousetweaks does not depend any more on the AT-SPI accessibility framework.