Q.
Accessibility warning is displayed even though I have already followed its instructions.
A.
You need to clear Accessibility settings. Please click the "Clear Accessibility" button and follow its message.
Q.
Do you have a compatible mouse list with SteerMouse?
A.
No, we do not have. We show mice that have action reports from users on the top page as recommended mice. Maybe this might help you.
Q.
Does SteerMouse work with CursorSense?
A.
Yes, it does. Your cursor speed and auto snapping settings are shared with CursorSense.
Q.
Does SteerMouse include the CursorSense functions?
A.
Yes, it does, but except for the followings:
- CursorSense also supports internal trackpads, Apple Magic Mouse and Magic Trackpad.
- CursorSense provides 5 favorite settings.
- CursorSense shows acceleration curve graphs.
Q.
How to backup/copy my settings?
A.
The following file is your settings file . Please backup/copy it.
Home/Library/Application Support/SteerMouse & CursorSense/Device.smsetting

Follow the steps below to use the backup file.
1) Quit System Preferences.
2) In Finder, replace your settings file with the backup file.
3) Click System Preferences > SteerMouse > Device > Reconfigure.
Q.
How many computer can I use my licence?
A.
You can use your license (registration information) on multiple computers if only you are going to use it in your accounts. Please see “Conditions of Registration Information Use” on the Purchase page for details.
Q.
Does SteerMouse support Razer mice?
A.
SteerMouse supports Razer mice that are listed in Recommended mice in the top page and you can customize all buttons on the mice. For other mice that are not listed in the list, there are steps to customize some buttons with SteerMouse.

REQUIREMENTS:
  • Razer mouse. It must have onboard memory.
  • Windows PC.
STEPS:
  1. Install Razer mouse driver, Synapse to the PC.
  2. Connect the mouse to the PC and assign a ten key (0-9, -, +, =) to a button you want to customize in the Mac.
  3. Connect the mouse to the Mac.
  4. Open Preferences.app, select the Buttons tab on SteerMouse, hover the mouse cursor anywhere over the mouse illustration (it doesn’t matter what the cursor is pointing at) and press buttons on your actual mouse. You will see the associated button control and you can assign any functions to it.