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My question..which is not about OmniFocus itself but about the video tutorial demonstrating its use: was a variation of OmniDazzle used to get the cursor effect (the quickly appearing and disappearing circles) when the cursor was clicked during the video? That's a good effect and I'd like to have something like that for the instructional videos I sometimes produce for my classes.
 
I think that one is a feature of Mousepose (I forget who makes it, but search macupdate.com) rather than OmniDazzle.
 
No, I can't believe Ethan would use Boinx Mousepose when the same feature (and so much more) exists in OmniDazzle.
 
My bad, I hadn't watched the demo for a while and I got it confused with Don McAllister's SCO videos (where he uses Mouseposť to create a ripple effect under the pointer when it is clicked). However, the option from OmniDazzle that Ethan is using in his screen cast is Focal Point - he has changed the default settings a little by the look of things, but not by much.

Fwiw, I believe that the one thing that Mouseposť does do that isn't in OmniDazzle is display your key presses on screen so that your viewers know what key combinations you have used.
 
 


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