A Software Bot which can automatically type text sentences is presented in this post under the name of Auto Talker. Screenshots of the software application are presented in this post captured on Windows 7 and a Video Tutorial is also presented in this Post. The Video Tutorial Displays how to quickly setup the Auto Talker and then use it whenever you want. This Bot is basically a Keyboard Automation Software and needs .NET to be pre-installed on the Windows Computer. You can use this Auto Talker wherever you need to type in specified text multiple times and save yourself the efforts. Configurable Keyboard Shortcut in this Auto Talker allows you to start and stop automatic text typing. You can even configure the Auto Talker Bot to stop typing automatically after pre-defined number of times.
The above screenshot displays the main screen of the Auto Talker. There is another screen in this software which allows you to enter text message and configure the delay before typing the configured text automatically which will be presented later in this post. When using this Keyboard Automation Software, you can either Minimize the Application Window or you can hide the Auto Talker window to the System Tray / Notification Area.
Download and try out this Auto Talker on your Windows Computer, Watch a Video Tutorial right now or read on more to understand how it works. As the main screen of the Auto Talker above displays, you can add text sentences using the Add New Message and as you add new Text Sentences, they are added to the list and are displayed in order. Note the List of Messages also displays a Delay which is basically the time delay before the Auto Talker types the message onto active application window. The Delay in auto typing of text can be specified in terms of Seconds and Minutes as the screenshot given below displays.
The above screen in the Auto Talker is displayed when adding new Text Sentences or while editing any existing text message. Yes you can even Delete any existing message from the list of messages to be automatically typed whenever the configured global keyboard shortcut key is pressed. As displayed in the main window of the Auto Talker, any Keyboard Key can be configured and in the screenshot above the function key F6 is configured to start and stop automatic typing of text sentences. The last configurable option in the Auto Talker screen is the number of times, you wish the Auto Talker to type the text sentences onto the active application window and stop automatically.
The Icon of the Auto Talker changes it’s color to blue to indicate that some Text Message has been scheduled to be typed onto active Application Window. In case an error happens the Auto Talker will stop typing of text messages and will display an information message about the error. The Text sentences are typed by the Auto Talker bot as being typed by a human. The Auto talker also understand lots of special key combinations like Enter Key, Tab Key, Ctrl Key, Shift Key, etc as outlined in the Auto Typer. Apart from .NET as a basic requirement for this software, there are no other special requirements for using this Auto Talker for Windows. Just remember that when starting the bot using the Keyboard Shortcut, active window must be a window which can accept text input using Keyboard, else do expect unexpected results.
This post presents lots of ways in which you can Block Mouse & Keyboard Input to your Windows Computer. Multiple ways are described in this post which all together provides you ways in which you can block unwanted Keyboard Key Press and Mouse Movement or Clicks to your Windows Computer. Have a look at the software screenshots provided and all the ways described here needs you to download and install software as Microsoft Windows does not provides you a way to block keyboard and mouse input to a Windows computer using some sort of registry tweak or utility. Do have a close look at possibly all the Mouse and Keyboard Utilities presented and select the best utility which provides you complete control over Keyboard & Mouse Input to your Windows Computer.
The Mouse Locking Software Download presented above allows you to block Mouse Cursor Movements to predefined rectangular area. The Software Application presented above can be configured and use to block Mouse Cursor onto a single monitor in a Multiple Monitor Windows Computer or in a rectangular area defined by Screen Co-Ordinates as displayed above. The Mouse Locker Utility presented above allows you to configure a Global Keyboard Shortcut or HotKey to Enable and Disable Locking of Mouse Cursor. The Locked Mouse Cursor becomes free to roam when the application is closed.
In case you would like to only block Specific Mouse Click(s) on your Windows Computer, you can download the Mouse Disabler Utility which allows you to Disable any or combination of Left Button Click, Right Button Click, Middle Button Click, Mouse Movements or even Mouse Wheel input to your Windows Computer. The Above Mouse Disabler Utility can be used on any Windows Desktop or Laptop Computer and can be really handy to prevent accidental input of Mouse Clicks to the Computer. Download Mouse Disabler and prevent unwanted Mouse Click to your Desktop, Browser or any other Application running on your Windows Computer. The Mouse Disabler post describes more about this nifty utility to block mouse input to your Windows Computer. Yes you can even block Keyboard Keys from reaching to your Windows Computer with this Software Download.
The Software Download presented above is different from other software applications presented until now. The Software presented here allows you to disable specific keyboard keys on your Windows Computer. In order to disable keyboard keys using this Keyboard Disabler, all you need to do is download the software, select the Keyboard Keys you want to disable and click on OK. You do not need to run this software in your System Tray unlike other Mouse Disabler Software Downloads presented in this post. This Keyboard Disabler is a Free Windows Application and stores the Keys to be disabled in the Windows Registry. Once the Registry Database is updated with the Keys to be Disabled, Microsoft’s Keyboard Driver takes care of disabling keyboard keys automatically.
Although the software downloads presented above allows you to block Keyboard and Mouse in one way or another. The software application presented here provides you a single and quick way to block both Mouse and Keyboard to your Windows Computer. In order to Un Block Keyboard and Mouse , you would need to press Ctrl + Alt + Del and then press the Esc button to close the Lock Screen. Read and Download this Keyboard and Mouse Blocker to your Windows Computer and use it as and when you want.
All the Software Downloads presented above work on all version of Windows XP onwards including Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista and other Windows Versions. The Software Applications presented above have been designed to make sure that you can unblock access to Mouse and Keyboard in a well informed way. Few of the above software applications are provided as Freeware and others are provided as Shareware. You can always navigate in Software Applications using Tab key and the Keyboard Shortcut Alt + F4 closes Windows Application. Do make sure that you do understand the functionality of the software before actually using it to block Mouse or Keyboard input to your Windows Computer.
Pressing Multiple Keys Simultaneously is now made easy with Multiple Key Presser Software Download for Windows. The Number and Sequence of Keyboard Keys you can press simultaneously depends on your Keyboard. Now a days there are lots of Games which require you to press multiple keys on keyboard and gaming keyboards allow you to press multiple keys on keyboard. Normal Keyboards are limited due to their design and hence they pose a limitation in the number of keys you can press at any given time. The Multiple Key Presser Utility presented in this post allows you to press upto 10 Keyboard Keys at the same time. Given below Screenshot displays the main window of Multiple Key Presser Utility in default mode.
This Software Solution for pressing Multiple Keys at the same time is now available for download. Yes now you do not need to buy a Gaming Keyboard only because your Desktop or Laptop Keyboard cannot handle simultaneous multiple keys press at the same time. Download this Multiple Key Presser Software Utility on your Windows Computer and give it a try right now in your favorite Game or Application and press upto 10 keyboard keys easily without actually using 10 gingers of your hand.
Once you have installed the Multiple Key Presser, you are ready to setup the software and automate multiple key presses with a single Keyboard Shortcut. The Above screenshot displays how to use the Multiple Key Presser utility with simple configuration of the software. In the above example, 3 keyboard keys have been configured to be pressed simultaneously whenever the Global Keyboard Shortcut F7 is pressed. Once you have configured the Multiple Key Presser, you can either Minimize it to the Taskbar or Hide it to System Tray with the button provided on the main screen of the software.
The System Tray Icon or Notification Icon as it is called in Windows 7, Windows 8 and other Microsoft Operating Systems provides you a quick access to configure the Multiple Key Presser with a Popup Menu as displayed in the screenshot above. You can even double click the Notification Area Icon to launch the main screen of the Key Presser Software. The Global Keyboard Shortcut (F7 as configured in the second screen above ) is a Keyboard Key which can be pressed any time to tell the Multiple Key Presser to Start or Stop Pressing Multiple Keys on the Keyboard. You need to remember that the Multiple Keys will be sent to the Application or Game with Focus and hence before pressing the Global Keyboard Shortcut to Start Sending Multiple Keys to the Non Full Screen Game or Application, you must ensure that the Target Application or Game has Focus.
This Multiple Key Presser Software Application can be launched from Desktop Shortcut or Start Menu. This Windows Utility to automate keyboard keys does not adds itself to Windows Startup and hence you would need to start the Multiple Key Presser Utility manually in order to automate multiple key press on your Desktop or Laptop Computer. As this Keyboard Automation Utility does not interacts with Physical Keyboard, it is not limited in the number of Multiple Keys which can be pressed at the same time.
Another related Auto Keyboard Utility might be useful for you in case you want to press and release a specific keyboard key a fixed number of times. This Multiple Key Presser works in a different way by simulating key press and release as any human would do. There are lots of Keyboard and Mouse Automation Utilities presented on this blog which are all free to try and inexpensive to buy. Hope you would find this Multiple Key Presser as a great alternative to costly Gaming Keyboard.
This post shows how you can Uninstall any Software from your Windows 7 Computer. Whether you are running 32 bit version or 64 bit version of Windows 7, the procedure to Uninstall a Software in Windows 7 is the same. This post also describes how you can manually delete the files which might be left out by a Software Uninstaller. Software Setup is also a software designed to do lots of tasks like copying of files, creating Start Menu Icons and optionally Desktop Icons, creating Registry Entries and much more. There are Registry Cleaner Software Applications available which try to remove unused registry entries and trying to speed up your computer. Most Software Applications create an icon in the Start Menu to uninstall the software. The generic way to uninstall a software from a Windows 7 computer is to uninstall the software from control panel.
There are multiple ways in which you can open up Control Panel and the above screenshot displays a quick way to open Windows 7 Control Panel from the Windows 7 Start Menu. Once you have opened up Windows 7 Control Panel, look for an icon labelled as Programs and Features. This way of uninstalling software from Windows 7 needs to be learnt only once and anytime you want to uninstall any other software, you can follow the same procedure and uninstall a software from your Windows 7 PC within minutes depending on the size of the software application you are looking to uninstall.
The above screenshot displays the icon of Programs and Features in Windows 7 Control Panel and the tooltip of icon displays what all you can do with the Programs and Features icon of Windows 7 Control Panel. You can even change Windows 7 features from this Programs and Features functionality of Windows 7. This post talks only about uninstalling a software application installed from Windows 7 computer. Depending on the number of Software Applications installed on your Windows 7 computer, your list of software applications installed will be different as compared to displayed in the screenshot below.
Once you have reached at the Programs and Features List, all you need to do is locate the Software by Name, Publisher and other attributes and click on the Uninstall button. You can even do a right click and click on the Uninstall Menu Item to start the software uninstaller. Once you click on either of the Uninstall option a confirmation box of some kind will appear asking your final decision to uninstall the software. Different Setup Applications display different kind of confirmation and hence be very much sure of what you are doing and only then uninstall a software from your Windows 7 computer.
Uninstalling Software takes time depending on the size of the software application you are uninstalling from your Windows 7 Computer. Small Applications take very less time for the complete software uninstall, however large applications take more time for completing the uninstall. Some Uninstallers allow you to modify the features of the software whereas some uninstall applications allow you to repair any corrupt software install. Some applications even allow you to uninstall software application from the Start Menu itself and saving you time and efforts for navigating to Programs and Features of Windows 7 Control Panel as displayed below.
For Uninstalling a Software from Windows 7, you would need admin access to your computer and it is always best to ensure that the application you want to uninstall is not running currently. Some Software Applications when uninstalled from Windows 7, require you to Reboot your Windows 7 and hence it is always best idea to make sure that you do not have any unsaved data. In case a software application is starting automatically at System Startup and you only need to disable it so that it does not starts automatically at Windows 7 Startup, you can remove the application from Windows 7 Startup using msconfig as displayed in this Video Tutorial or you can locate the file on your hard disk by looking at the properties of the shortcut to the application as displayed in the screenshot below.
Once you know where an application file is located on your Windows 7 Computer, you can even manually delete it. This manual deletion of software applications is not the best way to uninstall a software from Windows 7, however it might be the only way in case the software uninstaller fails to uninstall the software application or even leaves some files from the uninstall. Before Uninstalling any Software from your Windows 7, do remember that there is no looking back and once the software is uninstalled, you would not be able to use it, until you install the software application again with appropriate software setup application.
Find here about Advanced Mouse Clicking Software available for free trial download on Windows Computers. This Advanced Auto Clicker offers lots of ways in which you can Automate Mouse clicking on your Windows Computer. Yes this Advanced Clicker works on Windows 8 and on other Microsoft Windows versions such as Windows 7, Vista, XP, etc. This post provides few screenshots of the Advanced Auto Clicker Software which is a really sophisticated and yet easy to use Mouse Automation Software for Windows. Lots of Video Tutorials are built right into the software and with little efforts you can use this Advanced Auto Clicker to do simple and complex tasks. Whether you wish you mouse cursor to automatically click at a fixed position, random position anywhere on the screen or even in a rectangular defined area or even relative distance, this Advanced Auto Mouse Clicker can do everything and learning the software is really easy.
The above screenshot displays the types of Mouse Clicks you can automate on your Windows Computer. Note the drop-down in the above screenshot displaying Left and Right Mouse Clicks with Single or Double Click variants. Yes you can even automate Mouse dragging with this advanced and yet easy to use Mouse Automation Software. Have a look again at the above screenshot and note that there are three check-boxes allowing to press System Keyboard Keys (Ctrl Key, Alt Key and Shift Key) along with selected Mouse Click. The above screenshot allows you to pick the screen location using the Pick X,Y button and it can also read the title or caption of the window beneath and store it as comment provided the Auto Populate Comment option is selected. The Screen displayed above allows you to specify whether you wish to do a mouse click on fixed screen location or relative screen location and finally you can specify whether you wish to automate this click one or multiple times. Yes this small screen provides you lots of features and making this software really advanced and yet easy to use.
This Advanced Auto Clicker has a inbuilt Mouse Click Recorder. The most unique feature about the Mouse Click Recorder built into this Advanced Mouse Automation Software is the screenshot capturing functionality. Mouse Clicking is done by this software by remembering the screen co-ordinates and comment helps you to identify each mouse click. However when recording the Mouse Clicks, it is not practical to enter comment every-time you record mouse click and hence this Mouse Click recorder captures screenshot of the window on which you do a mouse click. Once the Mouse Clicks are recorded and the recorder is stopped, a small preview window displays the screenshot captured for every mouse click. Recording of Mouse Dragging is not currently supported by this Mouse Click Recorder of Advanced Auto Clicker, however you can add Mouse Dragging Commands using the Mouse Click Script Editor of the Advanced Mouse Clicker Software.
Once you have either recorded or manually created the Mouse Clicking Script, you can assign keyboard Shortcut to launch the script and start Mouse Click Automation. You can even run Multiple Mouse Clicking Scripts at any given time and every running Mouse Clicking Script creates an icon in System Tray to indicate that Automatic Mouse Clicking is being performed. The Script Icon in System tray will exit automatically when the script is completed. You can even Pause or Stop the execution of Mouse Clicking Scripts with configurable keyboard shortcuts as displayed in the screenshot below. Yes there are many more features offered by this Advanced Auto Clicker and yes there are lots of video and screenshot tutorials built right into the software.
The above screenshot displays a screen of Advanced Auto Clicker where you can assign Keyboard Shortcut to Pause / Resume or Abort execution of Mouse Clicking Scripts / Macros. There are other configurable parameters available in the above displayed screen providing you finer control over how the software must work. You can even control the delay in time between Mouse Down and Mouse Up Events and also control the time delay between Double Mouse Clicks. Other configurable parameters allow you to specify Keyboard Shortcuts to Add New Mouse Click, Add Click by finding Color on Screen and to Execute One Mouse Click Record at a time while in the Advanced Auto Clicker Editor.
The above screenshot displays extra features of this Advanced Auto Mouse Clicker Software. The Menu displayed in the above screenshot can be launched by doing a right click in the Mouse Click Editor. As this software follows Windows guidelines, all you need to learn this software is basic Windows Application Navigation. The Inbuilt Menu Bar, Tool Bar, Status Bar and Right Click Menu allows you the access of all the basic and advanced features of the software. Few of the extra features offered by this Advanced Auto Clicker includes automatic keyboard typing, converting text to audio, clicking mouse cursor by finding specific color on the screen, capturing screenshot and much more.
In case you are not currently aware of Screen Co-Ordinates, you can use the inbuilt Mouse Click Information provider in Advanced Auto Clicker. As the above screenshot displays, this Mouse Click Information provider window displays screen co-ordinates along with the name of Mouse Click type. You can launch the above displayed screen from either menu bar or Toolbar of the Advanced Auto Clicker and this Window remains at the top of all other Windows providing you quick information about the mouse event you perform manually or with the automated mouse clicking script. This Mouse Click tool can be handy to debug Mouse Click Scripts / macros created with the Advanced Auto Mouse Clicker Software Application. There are many more screens in the software and a trial download is available as well. The Software does not have any popup reminders to pay for the software application and the trial version works as good as registered version of the software on almost all latest versions of Microsoft Windows.
Repetitive Typing on Mac version 10.6 onwards can be automated with MurGaa Auto Typer for Mac. There are multiple benefits of having a software app to do the automatic typing. Repetitive Typing of same sentence is counter productive and error prone. Now the MurGaa Auto Typer which has been designed to work for Mac Versions like 10.6, 10.7 and 10.8 can be used to let the software talk to the software. You do not need to create any scripts or struggle with complex programming. All you need to use this really useful and user friendly software is to store the repetitive text in the Mac Auto Typer Software and assign Keyboard Shortcut to it.
Just like other Applications on a Mac, the icon for the Mac Auto Typer can be located in the Applications Folder of the Finder. In order to start the application, double click on the Auto Typer Icon in the Applications of Finder to view the main screen of the software. The Main screen of the software application is displayed below and this screenshot was captured on a Apple Macintosh running on version 10.6.7. Note there are 5 blank text fields and 5 different Keyboard Shortcut boxes to the right hand side of every text field. Every Auto Text is handled by the software as a combination of text and keyboard shortcut.
The Main Screen of the Mac Auto Typer has a button to Minimize the Application and another button to Quit the Application. You can even minimize the main window of this Keyboard Automation Software using the Minimize icon at the top left corner window of the software. Whenever you press the Quit button, all the text specified in the text fields is stored automatically so that you do not need to enter the text to type automatically, the next time you start the software. Once you quit the application, the keyboard shortcuts defined to auto type text will not work.
Have a look at the above Screenshot which displays the Mac Auto Typer filled with Text to be Automatically Typed along with Keyboard Shortcuts. A Closer inspection of Keyboard Shortcuts reveals that the Keyboard Shortcuts can be of any type including Function Keys, Control Key, Shift Key, Option Key, along with Characters and Numbers. This vast selection of keyboard shortcut types allows you to use any unused keyboard shortcut to type text with Mac Auto Typer.
The Mac Auto Typer is available for download at MurGaa.com . Depending on your System Settings, you might have to allow applications not downloaded from Mac OS X Store in order to run this Keyboard Automation Utility. This Software is provided on a free try before buy basis and the software does not have any popup reminders, however once the trial uses have been completed, the software will expire and will prompt you to pay the registration fees.
Simple to use and Easy to learn Linux Automation Software for doing Automatic Mouse Clicking and Typing is presented here. This Linux Tool does not requires you to learn any sort of scripting language and works easily with GUI controls. Yes in order to learn how to simulate Mouse Clicking and Keyboard Typing with this Linux Automation Tool, all you need to do is have a look at the screenshots provided below. This Linux Auto Clicker can perform Mouse Clicks of various types, it can even move mouse cursor without doing the actual click. The Automatic Clicking can be done at fixed screen locations or wherever the mouse cursor is present at the time of script playback. Have a look at the given below screenshot of this Linux Automation Software and find out what all types of Mouse Actions it can perform.
Initial version of this Linux Automation Tool had only few mouse clicking features. Now as the screenshot above displays there are total of 7 different types of Mouse Actions that this Linux Automation Software can perform. This website published a post titled Linux Auto Clicker when this Linux Automation Software offered only Mouse Actions to be automated. Now this software has improved a lot and yes it does still has room for improvement and developers are working on it.
The Linux Auto Clicker and Typer Software application presented here offers configurable Global Keyboard Shortcuts. The Settings screen of this Linux Automation Software is as displayed above and required you to manually type in the shortcut key in the edit box provided. The above screenshot displays the default settings of the software and the keyboard shortcuts are displayed in the main screen of the software as well. As the above screenshot displays there are 3 different types of global keyboard shortcuts supported by the software.
- The first keyboard shortcut is to get the Mouse Cursor co-ordinates in X and Y edit boxes in the main screen. By default the function key F11 is assigned to get the mouse cursor position co-ordinates in the main screen.
- Another configurable Keyboard Shortcut is available in this Linux Automation Software to add Mouse Click to the Script record by automatically getting the mouse cursor position and adding a new script record to the macro script being created. While the main screen is active and visible, just move your mouse cursor to the position where you want the software to do automatic click and press the keyboard shortcut to add a new script record.
- The last keyboard shortcut available is to Start / Stop the Script Execution. When the script playback is started, the Start Button on the main screen of the software allows you to to stop the Script Execution. However when you are using this Linux Automation Software to do automatic Mouse Clicking and Movement, you might not be able to manually click on the Stop button and hence the keyboard shortcut to start the script execution works to stop the script execution.
This Linux Automation Software allows you to dynamically get the mouse cursor position during the script playback by adding a mouse click at special location with X co-ordinate at 999 and Y Co-ordinate value at -999. An information box appears whenever you add the dynamic location script record. Apart from this special location, all other X and Y Co-ordinates are used as it is and no other special processing is done. While specifying the X and Y C0-ordinates, you must be careful in specifying the X and Y Screen Locations as in this version of the Linux Automation Software, there is no validation on changed screen resolution or for change in display resolution.
Partial Automatic Typing is also supported by this version of the Linux Automation Software and hence the label for this post has been assigned as Linux Auto Clicker and Typer. Have a look at the first screenshot in this post again and note that the last script record added to the software says Type Comment. When this Keyboard Typing Command will be executed, the text in the comment field specified will be typed onto active application window. As of this version only ASCII characters in lower case are supported by the Auto Typer of this Linux Automation Software. Special Keyboard Characters and Uppercase Characters are converted into lower case and non special characters when actual keyboard typing is performed.
Overall this Linux Automation Software can be a good Auto Clicker to automate repetitive tasks to save time and add accuracy to the repetitive task. Regarding Automatic Typing, the Auto Typer feature of this Linux Software needs improvement. All the screenshots above have been captured on Linux Mint Version 13 and yes the software has been tested on Linux Min 14 & Fedora as well. All the features of the software displayed above are currently available in 64 bit version and the 32 bit version is available in the older version of the software, when it has only Auto Clicker and some other features were not there as compared to the new version of the Linux Automation Software.
There are two different Auto Typer applications presented here in this post which work on Mac versions 10.6 onward. Each Auto Typer allows you to automate repetitive keyboard typing. The first Software allows you to store sentence you wish to be automatically typed along with a Keyboard Shortcut. Effectively whenever you press the keyboard shortcut, the text sentence stored in the software would be typed onto active application. You can store single or multiple sentences each stored with different keyboard shortcut. The Screenshot below was captured on Mac 10.6 and displays a long sentence stored in the Auto Typer for Macintosh.
The above screenshot of Mac Auto Typer displays shortcut in the Applications and the main screen of the software. Look closely and note that the keyboard shortcut F6 is specified in the software to automatically type the long sentence containing characters and other special characters. Once you have setup the Mac Auto Typer with sentence you wish to type automatically and associated keyboard shortcut, you can minimize the application. Now whenever you want the software to type the sentence on any text based application on your Mac, all you need to do is press the stored keyboard shortcut and the Auto Typer for Macintosh will type the stored sentence automatically. Download this Auto Typer on your Macintosh and let the software do the repetitive typing on your Game, Text Editor or any other application running on Mac which needs text to be typed in.
The Second Auto Typer presented below for Macintosh allows you to add Keyboard Typing in a Macro. The word Macro referred to here specifies a group of actions which can be started with a keyboard shortcut. The given below Mac Auto Typer allows you to add single or multiple text sentences in a macro and then whenever you need the Macro to type the stored text sentence(s), all you need to do is press the configured keyboard shortcut. The keyboard shortcut F7 is configured in the given below screenshot to start the Macro which will do Automatic Keyboard Typing apart from other Mouse Clicking actions.
This Single Screen Software for Macintosh Users is basically a Macro Software which allows you to add multiple actions to the script and then play the macro with the keyboard shortcut. The above screenshot was captured on a Macintosh running version 10.6 and this software works well with other versions of Mac such as 10.7, 10.8 etc. The best part about this Mac Auto Typer Utility is that you can edit the macro script without spending time on learning complex programming skills. You do not need to have any type of programming knowledge in order to use this Macintosh Automation Software. Download this Software Application and give it a try yourself. The scripts execute from top to bottom in steps with configured delay in between the steps. The Text to be typed in is stored in the comment field and whenever you click on the script record, the associated text to be typed will be displayed by the software. Just have a close look at this intuitive Macintosh Software and you have learned all the features of this software.
The Download links provided above are basically software installers. As these software applications are distributed outside of the Apple Macintosh store, you might need to allow installation of software applications on Macintosh 10.8 from non signed publishers. One the installation is complete for either of the Mac Auto Typer, a webpage is displayed containing video tutorial of the software. Both the software applications work fine on Apple Mac 10.6, 10.7 and 10.8 versions.
Yes now you can automate typing with Mouse Click. You can either choose to type on the press of Left, Middle or Right Mouse Button Click. In order to type text onto active application, all you need to decide is what text you want to type and with which Mouse Click you want to Type. Once you have decided the text and Mouse Click type, just configure the MurGee Mouse Mapper as displayed below and Hide to System Tray. Use a Mouse Click Type, which you normally do not use like Middle Mouse Click and configure the software with text to be typed onto active window automatically.
Download and try out this Mouse to Keyboard Typing Mapping Software Utility for Windows. As displayed in the above figure, there are other ways offered by the software to map your Mouse Clicks to other tasks. Firstly as displayed in the screenshot above, you can open or launch any application whenever a Mouse Click is Done. In Automated Typing done by the Software, you can add special key combinations like Enter, esc, Tab , etc. For information on more special key combinations supported by the software, do visit the Auto Typer page which lists other key combinations.
This Windows Utility works on Windows 8, Windows 7 and other Windows Operating Systems such as Windows Vista, Windows 2000, etc. The download link provided above is the Application Setup which provides a quick way to launch and install this Mouse Click to Keyboard Typing Software. Yes this software works on 32 bit and 64 bit versions.
Mouse Clicks done on the Application Window are ignored and will not simulate typing or opening of other applications. It can be of help to understand that you can navigate between various controls using Tab Key and Check / Uncheck any Checkbox with Spacebar. You can also close the application by pressing Alt + F4 Key Combination while the application is still active. Killing the Application using Taskbar can be a final resort, in case you mess up with the software.
In order to schedule Mouse Clicking you would need a Software that can do Mouse Clicks and Windows Task Scheduler. There are basically two steps in scheduling Mouse Click(s) to run at a later date / time at times supported by Windows Task Scheduler such as Daily, Weekly, Monthly, One Time, etc. This Tutorial displays the steps required by presenting appropriate screenshots and related information. Yes you would need appropriate access to schedule tasks and of-course appropriate plan where you want the mouse cursor to click.
Mouse & Keyboard Automation Software titled MurGee Auto Mouse Clicker is used in this tutorial. This Automation Software allows you group and save mouse clicks to a file with extension .mcs . Once you have created the .mcs file, you can double click on it to launch it and the stored Mouse Clicks will start executing. While the Mouse Clicking is being done automatically, you will find an extra System Tray Icon (Similar to the Desktop Shortcut Icon displayed above in the screenshot) indicating that the Automated Mouse Clicks are being executed. In order to find more about this Mouse Automation Software, do visit the Auto Mouse Clicker homepage.
Once you have stored your mouse click(s) in a .mcs file, tested it appropriately, now it’s the time to launch Windows Task Scheduler. There are multiple ways to launch Task Scheduler and you can select any way according to your operating system and personal choice. Given below are the ways to launch Task Scheduler on Windows 8 and depending on whether you are using Windows 7, Vista or other Microsoft Windows Operating System, your way to launch Task Scheduler can be little different.
- Create a Desktop Shortcut pointing to Taskschd.msc . No need to worry about the actual location of Taskschd.msc file.
- Open Command Prompt, Enter Taskschd.msc and press Enter to Launch Task Scheduler.
- Open Control Panel and Search for Schedule and Control Panel will display you the Icon to launch Scheduled Task and create new Tasks in Task Scheduler as displayed in the screenshot below.
You can also navigate to Administrative Tools and Look for Schedule Tasks Icon to Open Task Scheduler.
Once you have Task Scheduler Open, you are almost ready to schedule Mouse Clicks with the .mcs file created in the steps above. Locate and Click on the Text labelled Create a Basic Task as displayed below which opens up a wizard prompting how and when you want the new scheduled task to be executed.
The Task Scheduler prompts for a Task Name, Description, Interval and when it asks you to Enter the Program Name to be Started, enter the file path of the Mouse Automation Script. In case you have stored the Automation Script in a Path which has spaces in it, enclose the full file path of the .mcs file with double quotes as displayed below.
Complete the Task Scheduler Wizard Steps and at the scheduled time, your Scheduled Mouse Clicks will be executed. As said above when the automation script is running, an icon in system tray indicates that the script is running. One important thing to remember here is that the .mcs file containing does not have mind of it’s own and it will do whatever you have asked it to do. You must test the automation script first without Task Scheduler and then with Task Scheduler to finally deploy the script to action for actual usage.