Did I Click

Did I Click

Add identifiable effects for clicking the mouse
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License: Freeware
Total downloads:97
Latest version:1.1.2
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Description

Integrate visual and audible feedback for your mouse clicks. Detect a target effect on the cursor right after clicking on any of the buttons. Customize the available sounds and animations according to the specifications of your system and your screen.

The 1.1.2 version of Did I Click for Mac was available to download on the developer's website when we last checked. We cannot confirm if there is a free download of this app available. You can set up this free application on Mac OS X 10.7 or later. The software is categorized as System Tools. We recommend checking the downloaded files with any free antivirus. The most popular version of the software is 1.1. This free software for Mac OS X is a product of Marcelo Leite.

From the developer:

How many times have you asked yourself “Did I Click?”. Sometimes the click is not detected. Sometimes the computer is just busy and it takes a little bit to react. Most of the times, this leads to one of the following situations.

You click and the computer does not respond

* You click again, and again and again. After a while, you see a chain reaction with lots of things happening, eventually doing something you didn’t want.

You may want to check out more software for Mac, such as 0-Click Calculator, Click 2 Crop or Click.to, which might be similar to Did I Click.

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