The Laughing Man, on 13 January 2013 - 14:32, said:
I'm not the one calling it a "Horrendous OS" because I can't figure out how to use it unconventionally.
Maybe you need a bit of help;
The OFFICIAL APPLE support page for using mousekeys, an INBUILT feature of MAC OS X. You're following it up to this point yes, a feature built in to something with a support page telling you how to use it right?
Now how do you enable mousekeys?
Oh look, ANOTHER apple support page on how to enable mousekeys. Unfortunately this doesn't work due to 'Press the Option key five times. (You must first select “Press the Option key five times to turn Mouse Keys on or off” in the Mouse pane of Universal Access preferences.)' so I asked here about how you enable it seeing as tabbing in system preferences goes from the search box to the list on the left and then right back to the search box meaning you can't get to the checkbox on the right, then tiagosilva29 said about using CTRL + F7 - this isn't documented on any of apple's support pages.
nik louch, on 13 January 2013 - 14:23, said:
Moreover, had you simply asked, you'd have received an answer quicker - but you chose to rant about something you could have simply googled...
I did google, quite a bit before asking here, there's an applescript that doesn't work, there's a LOT of different terminal commands - none work as they've all been removed from lion and mountain lion, please see above points. Here's the links as you're so interested;