Is there a button, or piece of information, you wish you could add to the Touch Bar on your MacBook Pro? You can, and we’ll show you how to do it.
We’ve shown you how to add or remove icons to your Touch Bar, sticking with Apple’s own customization options. There’s a surprising amount of choice there, but it’s not infinite, meaning you’re out of luck if you want trigger scripts or replace keyboard shortcuts using Touch Bar buttons. Fortunately, BetterTouchTool ($5, 45-day free trial)—which lets you add powerful gesture controls to macOS—now makes it possible to put whatever you want in the Touch Bar via a custom menu. You can map buttons to keyboard shortcuts, program-specific functionality, or just about anything else you can imagine. Even better: you can make these buttons specific to any program, allowing you to retroactively add Touch Bar support to applications that otherwise wouldn’t have it.
Launch the latest version of BetterTouchTool for the first time and you’ll see a new button in the Touch Bar’s control strip.
Tap this button and it expands to the left section of the Touch Bar, which is otherwise taken up by App Controls. You can put whatever buttons you want here.
I added a battery time remaining widget, and a button that launches one of the dumbest Touch Bar apps I could find. You could also add buttons that launch useful things. Here’s how.Read More...
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