Do you give a lot of computer-based presentations or training? Do you need you audience members to be able to easily view and track your mouse, see when you click the mouse and see the keyboard shortcuts that you press? If so, Mousepose, could be your best friend. In previous Tech Tips I’ve talked about other ways to highlight the mouse and its clicks using MouseLocator and display keyboard shortcuts using KeyCastr. Unlike Mouse Locator and KeyCastr which are both free, Mousepose costs money ($10 as of March 2018), but offers additional features. For example, it can be controlled and customized using AppleScript and it can dim the screen to put a spotlight on the area around the mouse pointer. If you give computer-based training you might really like Mousepose.