Highlight your mouse cursor on web pages when you're screen sharing.
An extension for Google Chrome that highlights the mouse cursor so that it's a little easier to see when screen sharing. Open source, distributed under the MIT license and available on github (https://github.com/codazoda/mouse_highlighter).
- (2020-08-07) Rahayu Wulandini: It doesn't record mouse clicks which is a shame. And it lags when I record my screen. Well, every single time I move my mouse, I see more circles. I wouldn't quite recommend this if you are doing tutorials for your students or clients
- (2019-04-14) M D M: Is 5 stars worth, but can I suggest a feature? Maybe it would be an idea to add an option to turn off the highlighter. Especially with short use oftenly, it is a missing thing that you can not turn it off quickly instead of reloading the website (on sites like Google or Bing images then you have to scroll forever after a reload to come back on the place on the page where you left off, and there are many more examples that reloading a page is not desired). Would be my fifth star worth.
- (2018-05-21) Lauren Longest: You have to keep clicking back on the extension to continue having a highlight if the page reloads. Very frustrating when trying to demo a cloud-based application.
- (2017-02-18) ᴄᴀᴛ: It works... but not quite. The problem is that it ONLY works in a new tab :(