Dragger, also called Dragger32, is a mouse emulator program designed for use by individuals with upper extremity, neurological, or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. Using the AutoClick feature, mouse clicks can be performed by dwelling. Dwells and switch clicks can be transformed into double clicks, right clicks, or drags. This feature enters a left-button click after the pointer is motionless for a user-defined period of 0.2 to 10 seconds. A single click entered manually or with AutoClick can be converted to a double click, right click, or drag. The toolbar also provides single click access to move the keyboard, hide the keyboard, or size the toolbar. An on/off button for AutoClick is also included in the toolbar to pause the AutoClick and eliminate inadvertent mouse clicks. A Jitter Box feature aids in compensating for user difficulties in controlling the mouse pointer. HotZone mode enables functionality without the toolbar being visible on the screen, providing unobscured Web browsing or functionality in many full-screen games. The HotZones are eight invisible rectangles around the edges of the screen to which various functions can be assigned. A group or set of HotZones can be defined and saved for use with a specific game. Audible tones indicate when the mouse pointer moves in or out of a HotZone. A reduced functionality mode designed specifically for children reduces the toolbar to two buttons for the most essential features: AutoClick and left drag, while hiding infrequently used features and the options menu. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows 95, 98, ME, NT4, 2000, or XP.