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Hello everyone,


I am often working with a secondary monitor. But it is really tedious to drag the cursor with the trackpad all the way to the other screen every time i want to do something on the other screen.

Is it possible to write a script which can be activated via shortcut to automatically switch the cursor position to the middle of the other screen every time it is activated?


Best regards

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I thought this might be possible with UI scripting via Applescript but it doesn't look like it is.


I'd try Slate (ref. here: http://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/66560/using-applescript-how-to-move-a-window-to-my-second-display


or maybe Wraparound http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/19599/wraparound


Unless they are scriptable (I haven't used either) there probably isn't a way to put them into an Alfred workflow, and it doesn't look like either lets you move the mouse directly, but they might solve the problem in other ways.

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