Author Topic: USB OverDrive v1.4 (Use 2 Button Mouse or Trackball) by Alessandro Montalcini  (Read 5624 times)


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Alessandro Levi Montalcini USB OverDrive v1.4 (Self Extracting Archive)
Read "USBOverdriveSN.txt" after install to Authorize


Notes: Created by Alessandro Levi Montalcini, “USB Overdrive” is a driver/utility for Mac OS 9.x that handles any USB mouse, trackball, joystick and gamepad from any manufacturer and lets you configure them either globally or on a per-application basis. Hook up a 2 button mouse with scroll in OS 9! It reads all kinds of wheels, buttons, switches and controls and supports scrolling, keyboard emulation, launching and all the usual stuff like clicking, control-clicking and so forth. Alessandro has given “Mac OS 9 Lives” the right to distribute the OS 9 version at no charge! Still, please feel free to go to his website and throw him a few bucks.
« Last Edit: July 05, 2021, 07:42:28 PM by DieHard »
Instructions: Most of our files have been encoded with MacBinary format (.bin) so that the data and the resource fork of the file will not be damaged when storing the file on a non-Macintosh file system. After downloading, if the file does not automatically decode by double-clicking, we recommend opening StuffIt Expander and Selecting "File" and "Open" to decode the downloaded file. StuffIt Expander is included in every Mac OS 9 installation. Additionally, once the StuffIt Expander app is open, check EDIT > PREFERENCES > INTERNET and "use stuffit expander for all available types"

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