It’s called ASPPPPP. Yeah, I have no idea how to pronounce that, either. Asp, as in the snake? Or, Asssppppppp, as in an extended stutter? Whatever it is, ASPPPP (that’s five ‘P’s; I counted) does something unique.
ASPPPPP creates a wormhole portal that instantly links one side of your Mac’s screen with another side; a different location on the screen, if you will. For Mac users with large screens or multiple displays, moving the screen cursor from one corner of one screen to a spot on another screen takes some effort.
Lots of pixels have to be crossed, fingers, hand and arm have to be moved, to get the Mac’s screen pointer to the other side or a different screen. ASPPPPP fixes that with a portal, a wormhole, which moves the pointer instantly.
How ASPPPPP works is rather simple. Set a static portal position on one screen (or on one side of a large screen), then set a static portal on another screen. Then, to move from one portal to another, through the wormhole (disclaimer: it’s not really a real wormhole; it’s all digital) point to the portal.
Doing this saves countless pixel traveling each day, and day after day, those pixels could add up to carpal tunnel syndrome (or not; your mileage may vary). ASPPPPP has a built in counter to display how many pixels traveling through the wormhole, portal to portal, has saved you.
Yeah, I know. This is a strange little app. But it works. Point the Mac’s screen cursor to the static portal and it instantly moves the cursor to the other portal (obviously being transported through the imaginary wormhole between the portals).
It’s like having a piece of history from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine right on your Mac’s screen.