CornerClick Adds More Actions To OS X’s Hot Corners

Mac OS X: I’ve always liked the idea of hot corners, but they don’t come with a lot of different options — plus I end up accidentally setting them off all the time. CornerClick changes your hot corners to activate with a click or a long hover, so you won’t accidentally activate them, while also adding tons of other actions you can perform.

While Mac OS X’s hot corners only let you access things like Mission Control, the Desktop and your Screen Saver, CornerClick adds the following actions to any of your screen corners:

Open a file of your choice
Hide the current application
Hide other applications
Open a URL in your browser
Run an AppleScript
Exposé your windows, a specific application or show your desktop
View the Dashboard
Run the screen saver

You can also add modifier keys like Shift, Ctrl and Command for each corner to assign multiple tasks, run multiple actions at once, choose whether you click or hover to activate them, add a delay to your hover so you don’t accidentally set them off and more. If you like the idea of hot corners but could never get them to work in a way you liked, this app is for you.

CornerClick is a free download for Mac OS X only.

CornerClick [via AddictiveTips]


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