HOWTO | Putti ng Cornerclic k to good use
1 Open a file or an app
In the Actions tab, clicking the plus button enables you to assign commands to the corners of your Mac’s screen. To create a shortcut to open a file, first ensure that the Open File action is selected, and then use the pop-up menu to the right of that to select a file or even an app.
2 Create combinations of actions
If you assign multiple actions to the same shortcut, CornerClick will execute them in the order that they are listed under Define Actions. This can quickly put your Mac into a ‘work mode’, for example, by opening some apps and the Documents folder while simultaneously hiding other things.
3 Open a web page
You can set a screen corner to open a specific web page by choosing the ‘Open URL’ action and then entering an address in the box below, and assign a name to show instead of the full address – useful in helping you to distinguish long addresses when managing your shortcuts.
4 Change appearances
Under Settings, use the sliders near the bottom of the window to change the sizes of the text and icons that appear when the pointer is in a screen corner. You can also change the highlight colour so it’s clearer what action you’re about to invoke when more than one is assigned to the same corner.