Corsair has a long history of supporting mouse hardware for Linux.
Over the years, the company has built a large ecosystem around its line of mouse-based software, which is now used in the likes of the Razer Hydra, as well as a range of other devices.
While the mouse is a staple of Linux gaming, it isn’t the only way to access the software.
With corsaiming, Corsaims software team can help you make your gaming experience more comfortable and easier.
This is a great feature for those who are already using mouse and keyboard software.
As the Linux community matures, it will also be interesting to see if this feature will eventually become standard.
The corsars software suite includes two mouse-focused applications: Flowchart, which can be used to view and export data, and Corsa, which provides an overview of your mouse’s position on the screen.
Flowchart is an interactive visualisation tool which allows you to track the mouse’s movement, as opposed to the standard graphical representation of the movement.
This means that you can see exactly what is happening on the mouse as you use it.
It is very similar to the way that Adobe Photoshop and Microsoft Dynamics allow you to create diagrams, as the tool allows you a quick overview of the position of the mouse on the monitor.
If you are looking to add a bit of extra control to your gaming, Cossa lets you choose between four different mouse types, each with its own settings.
The default option is for a “traditional” mouse, which you can also set to the default mouse position, as shown above.
There are also a few options for a more customised mouse, such as the one shown here, which has an option for a cursor to show on top of the cursor.
In addition to the options you can configure in the user interface, you can enable or disable the program, which lets you tweak the default behaviour.
Flow Chart and Cossai are both available on the cORSA download page.