Yes, 2C has 3 functions that are associated with the Left and Right buttons. You can navigate by Word, Character, or pulldown system menus. Click the right and left buttons together, now the right button will pulldown the context menu and the left button will pulldown the Alt-Space bar menu.
2C demo version V2.2.5 does not fully support navigation of the menubar. You still can access the menubar by double-clicking the left button while holding the right button.
Yes, but you will not be able to use many features of 2C. To get full use of the 2C system, you must use a 5 buttons mouse. We recommend the Logitech wireless Mouse model M510.
You do not have to move the mouse around while using 2C. The 2C mouse is stationary. Once you turn visual navigation on, then the cursor location is determined by the mouse movement.
Yes, just turn on "Visual Navigation On" by pressing Tab+Right. You can relocate the cursor by moving the mouse around. To find the cursor position on the screen, press the "2C Button" to flash the cursor sonar.
Yes, turn visual navigation on by pressing "Tab+Right" to suspend 2C. To get back to 2C, press "Tab+Right" once again.
Easy, if 2C is running, just press "2C-Button+Click-Wheel" to unmute the computer.
2C version V2.2.5 is free of charge for all languages.
The 2C voice comes in your native language. However, if you change the default voice in the "Settings Menu" to the "Screen Reader Voice", then you will get the 2C menu to read in the English language. Equivalently, press the hotkey "Control+Shift+F3" to toggle between the 2C voice and the screen reader voice.
At the current time, you cannot use 2C V2.2.5 as a stand-alone screen reader. The system works in addition to your active screen reader.
You can use 2C V2.2.5 with the Narrator screen reader, but browsing the net is currently not supported. However, 2C supports 4 other screen readers: Window-Eyes, JAWS, NVDA, and Ibsar.
2C runs only on the Windows platform.
We are working hard to support most languages (if not all). It is just a matter of time before you see your native language offered in 2C. It will help a great deal if you let us know that you are interested to see 2C in your native language by sending us an email at support@ClickClick2C.com
Yes, 2C has "Hotkeys" introduced by pressing Control+Shift+one of the function keys on top of your keyboard "F1-F12". The 2C Hotkey list is hotkey "Control+Shift+F1". You will find the more detailed list by pressing hotkey "Control+Shift+F5".
Yes, 2C has a help mode that you can access from the "Settings Menu". You can equivalently press the hotkey "Control+Shift+F4". Any key or combination of keys you press you will hear its verbal description. Press the same hotkey to exit the Mouse 2C help mode.
Easy, click the wheel once to pulldown the Start Menu; click the wheel twice to activate the Desktop.
Easy, click the right or left button while holding the 2C button.
Easy, just execute the "Run" command in the Applet menu. Hold the left button, role wheel, when you hear "Run Command", release the left button then click it once more. Type in the program name, then click the 2C button twice.
Yes, you can switch to an advance mode via the "Settings Menu". Equivalently you can press the hotkey "Control+Shift+F2". Press the same hotkey to get back to the "Beginners Mode".
Yes, 2C has 3 different menus:1.The 2C menu "Right+Role Wheel" 2.The Applet menu "Left+Role Wheel" 3.The Settings menu "Tab+Role Wheel"
The Selective Copy option is a new feature of 2C. It allows users to accomplish advanced editing tasks. You can scroll down to a segment of text, highlight it, then apply any of the editing options to it (cut, copy, or paste).
Yes, 2C works well with WMP.
2C supports Internet Explorer for browsing the net. You can press the Left and Right buttons together or separately to gain an enjoyable browsing experience.
Yes, there are 3 different ways to toggle suspension of 2C:
Press the hotkey "Control+Shift+F12". To get back to 2C, you will need to run the program once again.
No, since V2.2.5 is free of charge version, the license agreement is done for home use only. For license agreement information, press the hotkey "Control+Shift+F6".
No, the developing company of 2C UGlobal does not grant permission to any individual or company or organization (for-profit or nonprofit) to possess the 2C software on any websites or present on any social network accounts for download.
Sure, we would love it if you help us to get the word around so more and more individuals can benefit from the 2C system.
2C V2.2.5 is free of charge and you should immediately notify UGlobal by sending an email to support@ClickClick2C.com. Also, UGlobal is not responsible for any 2C systems that are downloaded from a website other than ClickClick2C.com.