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Add Dwell Clicking as an Ease of Access feature

Some people (like me) can't use Eye Control for various reasons. We type with trackballs or joysticks. So my question is: If you could offer Dwell Clicking for your Eye Control, **why on Earth** wouldn't you offer it as a global Ease of Access option? It seems like your physical accessibility options, like the Onscreen Keyboard etc., are being really neglected. There is a lot of need for improvement in this area and nothing seems to happen.

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      • Farivar Roshanian commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        It would be great to allow mouse click functionality like the one provided by gentlemouse which stimulate mouse click by a slight mouse movement after mouse dwells for a fixed amount of time. Unfortunately gentle mouse doesn't work well and Windows 10 and is not being updated.

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I support this request. It seems inconsistent to have this function the the on screen keyboard and not have it generally available in windows.

      • Amy commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Thanks. But for clarification, I'm talking about Dwell Clicking as it refers to clicking mouse buttons for people who can't physically click. Ie, Left, Right, Middle, Drag. Ie, you select a mouse button and then hover over your target.

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