iBug draws a bug (the image is 100% customizable, however) that follows your cursor all around the screen.
You can set the bug to be either "Invasive," where it will come to the front of the screen in front of other windows, or "Timid," where it will hide behind windows.
You can select where you would like it to move toward relative to the cursor, so that you can have it in the way, or out of the way, as you wish.
Springiness affects how quickly the bug returns to its equilibrium position when you move the mouse. Higher springiness makes it return faster.
The update frequency defines how often the bug moves. Faster is generally better, but uses more processing power.
You can drag a custom image to the rectangle displaying the bug. If you wish to return to the original image, simply click the "Default" button and the original bug will be restored.
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