Automation is often very beneficial for many workers, regardless of the activity they're performing. Usually, it will save lots of time and help increase the productivity, as well as the accuracy in some cases.
Nearly a thousand possible actions to save
This is particularly true when a mouse is involved, of course one of the kind you use to point at things on your computer screen. Advanced pointing devices can have a program of their own, but the majority don't, so it's good to have something like Mouse Machine close by.
The application was designed in order to help you configure hundreds of movements and clicks for various scenarios. To be more precise, it will enable you to custom build 999 different configurations you can save and load anytime you need them.
A great thing about this software is that it is ready to run right out of the box, no installation required. You can carry and run it from a portable device, like a USB memory stick, for example, and it will still get the job done.
Easily configure movement and clicks
Mouse Machine constantly reads and displays the current position of your cursor, allowing you to view and use the coordinates when creating an automated script. You can assign a number to that activity and input the coordinates, then choose what the action will be.
The application will let you use 'simple click' and 'double click' actions for the left or right mouse button and also set a waiting time in seconds. In order to activate one of the saved configurations, all you have to do is pick an enabled event and press 'Start' in the 'Automation' area of the main window.
To sum it up
Overall, this lightweight freeware utility does a pretty decent job and will prove quite useful if you need to have the cursor automatically moved to a certain place on your desktop where it can simply sit and wait or perform a simple or double click. It's great that you can configure just under a thousand events and then save and carry them with you, thanks to the portability of Mouse Machine.
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