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Clicking on this icon will display a menu with various information and configuration options: While Over Sight is running, anytime the internal microphone is activated, or a process accesses the built-in webcam, Over Sight will alert you of this fact.

Below is an example of an Over Sight mic alert, generated when an application ( has activated the internal microphone: Besides alerting that the mic has been activated, the alert contains the name and process identifier of the process responsible for the alert (i.e. Moreover, the notification allows one to either 'allow' the process, or terminate it via the 'block' option.

Depending on your browser, you may need to manually unzip the application by double-clicking on the zipped archive: Then, simply double-click on Once Over Sight is installed, it will be running and is set to automatically start each time you log in.

By default, when running Over Sight adds an icon () to the status menu.

Somebody might want to participate in a conference without sharing his own webcam/audio. because he has no webcam and his microphone makes squeaky noises nobody can stand.

So he might want to hear and see the others, but only participate by the chatting feature.

However, this notification will not contain any process information, nor of course, the ability to 'allow'/'block' the process.

Currently you can't enter a conference without sharing your webcam/audio.

In order to determine what process(es) is/are using the webcam, Over Sight interfaces with Apple's 'camera daemon.' This requires elevated privileges.One can also check if it's running, via the There is not easy way to determine what process is using the webcam or mic, when either is activated.

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