Quick enable/disable button for taskbar

Asked by daerko on 2008-07-13

I like using your Mousetweaks program and it works great as it is supposed to. But sometimes, when I visit websites with almost everything linked, I am often redirected to a site which I would not like to visit because I mistakingly stopped moving the mouse on a link. As an additional feature, would it be possible to add a quick dual functioning enable/disable button for the integrated portion of the gnome taskbar so I can disable automatic clicking quickly without goes through gnome's mouse settings? This is only an issue with the automatic click option enabled.

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Solved by:
Gerd Kohlberger
Solved:
2008-07-13
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2008-07-13
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2008-07-13
Best Gerd Kohlberger (lowfi) said : #1

Newer versions of the dwell-click applet already have this feature. I think the one currently in Ubuntu Intrepid is one of them.

If you're comfortable with compiling from source, you can get the latest release here:
http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/sources/mousetweaks/2.23/

daerko (ct-reif) said : #2

Thanks Gerd Kohlberger, that solved my question.