Softpedia Editor's Review for AutoMouseClicker
This application will perform automatic mouse clicks as often as you need
Written by Bogdan Popa on September 28th, 2012
Using a mouse is hardly a difficult task but having to click again and again in the same area of the screen can be tiresome. This is where a program like AutoMouseClicker could come in quite handy.
The software can help anyone who needs to repeatedly initiate left or right clicks in some points of the desktop. The interface is rather plain and and comes with only a few things to configure.
All you have to do is input the coordinates where you wish to auto click, set the interval between clicks and choose whether to use the left or the right click action. Then press start and that's it.
Although it all sounds so piece of cake, the 'Options' menu of this tiny utility can prove to be surprising to some users. There are a lot of settings in there, such as a safety mechanism, or even an option to enable multiple instances, but the icing on the cake is the mouse event setup tool.
You can thus configure macros relying on mouse movement across the screen and clicks, be they left or right, using the advanced event controller. With the 'Hyper-Click' feature active, the program will automatically start clicking the position you move the mouse cursor to.
As expected, AutoMouseClicker is one of the lightest tools of its kind when it comes to CPU and RAM, so there's no problem in using it on older computers too.
All things considered, it's safe to say that AutoMouseClicker does very well what it's supposed to. Thanks to a good set of features coupled with a great ease of use, this application is among the best in its category.
Here are some key features of "AutoMouseClicker":
· keep the program 'Always on Top' of all other windows (Useful)
· keep your program settings (in a XML file)
· clicks the Left or Right mouse button automatically
· HotKey lets you start/stop the auto-clicking (useful with Hyper-Click)
· Hyper-Click option clicks the position where you have moved your mouse pointer to
· RepeatClick textfield can be reset to the initial value entered when the clicking stops
· start program minimized (useful to combine with autoSTART)
· programmable mouse events
· Saving/Loading of events to XML format (editable manually)
· Command Line Argument(s)
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· random interval option added to mouse events window
· random interval values, as part of the mouse events, are saved to XML
· removed a bug that cause a "can't open clipboard" error in Windows Vista