Now you can Prevent your Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows 2000, Windows Vista or even Windows XP Computer from Sleeping easily and quickly. The Software Application presented here makes controllable Mouse Movements and thereby keeping the Windows Computer Active, even when you have left your Computer Idle or In-Active. Whether you do have Admin Access to your Windows Computer or not, the Software Application presented here works with all types of user accounts. Whether you want to prevent your Windows Computer from going into Hibernation Mode.
The above Screenshot displays a Software Application which has been designed specifically for the purpose of preventing a Windows Computer from Hibernation or Sleep Mode. As evident from the Screenshot above, this Software Application is called as Auto Mouse Mover and it performs the task of Moving Mouse Cursor. Yes this Simple task of Moving Mouse Cursor prevents a Windows Computer from going into Sleep or Hibernation Mode due to inactivity.
The Default Settings of the Software keeps your Windows Computer Active, however you are free to change any settings of the software as and when you want. Note that you can even Start / Stop Automatic Mouse Movements using System Tray Menu of the Software as displayed in the screenshot above. A Convenient way to Start / Stop Mouse Movements is to assign a Keyboard Shortcut which works even when the Software is Minimized or Hidden to the System Tray / Notification Area. Note the Auto Exit option of the software in the system tray menu of the software allows you to define a time duration after which the software must exit automatically.
The best part about this Software is that it is fully controllable and does not even requires administrative access to install. In case you do not want to install any software on your Windows Computer, you can even download a single EXE File which works as configured and does not requires an installation. Yes this Software Application works on Windows 8.1, Windows 8 and other Operating Systems powered by Microsoft. The Free Trial of the Application works as good as Registered version and is only $5.00 to register and unlock the trial limitations of the software.
Note that while the software is doing it’s job (i.e. Moving Mouse Cursor), the Screen saver (if configured) will not start Automatically, Your Windows Computer will not Sleep / Will not Hibernate. In case you would like to prevent your Computer from going into Sleep Mode only for an Hour or any other Time Duration, just use the Auto Exit Option as outlined in the paragraph above. The Software has in an in-built tutorial which describes how to control Mouse Cursor Movements on your Windows Computer and Effectively Stop computer from Sleeping or going into Hibernate Mode.
This post hows how to create your own Auto Color Clicker with 2 Windows Automation Software Applications. The First Windows Automation Utility (Color Change Detector) lets you define the Color Change and the Second Application (Auto Mouse Clicker) lets you define what Mouse Clicks must be done when the Screen Color changes. Combination of these two utilities provides you an Advanced Auto Color Clicker which is totally configurable and still easy to configure. The Screenshots provided here guides you to the process of Color Clicker Creation and provides you complete Windows Automation.
As displayed in the above Screenshot, the Color Matching has been defined to Monitor Screen Color Change at specific Screen Location (Identified by X and Y Co-Ordinates of Screen Resolution) and once the Color Matching is Complete, a Mouse Click Script (.mcs File) is executed. The .mcs File has been created using Auto Mouse Clicker and contains Multiple Mouse Clicks. You can also visit the Automate Repetitive Tasks page to learn how you can schedule the .mcs file to start Mouse Clicking at a Later Date / Time.
Separation of Color Matching and Mouse Clicking Script allows usage of Auto Color Clicker for Multiple Purposes. Whether you need to Watch Screen for Game Events, Alerts Created by a Software Application or anything else, this Auto Color Clicker gives you endless possibilities of Windows Automation where you can let your Windows Computer take care of itself providing you the complete Automation Solution. You can use this Auto Color Clicker as an Optical Sensor which monitors Screen Changes and when the Sensor fires an event, you can start another Application or interact with an existing software Application.
Download the Color Change Detector used in this Auto Color Clicker and visit the Auto Mouse Clicker page to download the software to create Mouse Macro Script. Both of the Software Applications are offered as shareware applications where you can download and try them for free on your Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 or on Windows 8.1 Computer. Once the trial usages of the software applications have been used and you are happy with the performance of the software applications, you can pay the registration fees and unlock the trial version to registered full version.
The Mac Application presented here allows you to save time and efforts in manually typing text sentences. This Application can be used on Macintosh OS X 10.6 and later versions of Apple’s Macintosh OS X. Video Tutorial, Screenshot and Download link for the Auto Text Typer is presented below. The Main Window of the Auto Typer window is displayed below which allows you to store upto 5 text sentences along with separate keyboard shortcuts. As evident from the given below Screenshot, the text sentence can have any alphanumeric or special keyboard characters. Also note that you can use almost any Keyboard Shortcut along with the text sentence.
Download this Auto Text Typer on your Mac and let this Keyboard Automation Utility do the typing for you. Although the above screenshot has been captured on Mac OS X 10.9, you can use this Auto Text Typer Utility on lower versions of Mac OS X including 10.8, 10.7 and even 10.6. You can also watch a Video Tutorial which displays how to configure and use this Auto Text Typer on Mac OS X. This Software is provided on a Free to try basis and the free trial version is only limited by the number of times it can be used. Once you have utilized the free trial usages of this Mac OS X Auto Typer, you can register your copy of the software and get licence key for only $ 5.00. This is a really simple and basic Text Automation Utility for Mac OS X which can help you remove typing mistakes and save you efforts from typing the same text sentence multiple times.
Download another Mac OS X Keyboard Automation Utility which is sort of extension to Auto Text Typer for Mac is presented above. Unlike Auto Text Typer, the Utility presented above lets you assign typing of multiple text sentences with a single keyboard shortcut. This Text Typer can do really fast typing when you have to type single or multiple text sentences in a timely and repeated manner. The Auto Text Typer for Mac is presented by MurGaa.com and requires a licence fees of %5.00 after the free trial usages of the sofwtare have been utilized.
In case you have played Runescape or any other Online Game, you will be able to fully understand the importance of typing same text multiple times. Note that there is configurable time delay available to pause the Text Typer between Text Sentences. Watch a Video Tutorial which shows how to add text sentences to this Text Automation Utility, Configure Time Delay between typing of each character or between typing of each sentence and then finally let this keyboard Automation Utility do the Automated Text Typing for as long as you want it to. Speed of Text Typing is fully configurable and is controlled by the Time Delay values assigned. Finally you can have a Super Fast Text Typer doing Automated Typing for you on your Mac or you can have a Slow Text Typer with fixed or Random Delay between each character typing.
Download Keyboard Recorder to record and playback complex Automated Text Typing on your Mac OS X. This Keyboard Recorder can be really handy when the Text Typing you wish to Automate consists of Mouse Actions, variable time delay or other actions which none of the above displayed Auto Text Typer Applications can handle.
Since the above Keyboard macro Recorder records and plays back the recorded actions, you would need to record text typing action one time and then you can play it any number of times. The Video Tutorial of the software displays how easy is to record and then play back Text Typing. In case you do have speakers connected to your Mac, you can also utilize the audible alert features of the software.
In case you would like to know more about the software, do visit the Keyboard Macro Recorder for Mac page and find out what’s all missing from this short blog post. This general purpose Mac OS X Automation Utility can also be used as a Macro Scheduler for Mac by utilizing the Time Delay before starting playback feature. This Mac OS X Utility is distributed as a shareware application and requires you to pay $ 5.00 licence fees after utilizing the free trial usages of the software.
The Macro Scheduler presented here works on Mac OS X and does not requires you to learn any Scripting Language. All you need to do is create a Macro on your Mac is to actually do it. Two distinct ways to record macro on your Mac are presented below. You can even combine both macros to let your Mac OS X do whatever you want it to do. Appropriate Screenshots have been provided below and Video Tutorials have been posted below as well. The screenshots and video tutorials provided have been captured on Mac OS X 10.9 and yes the Macro Applications do work on other Mac OS X Versions. When you are satisfied with the Macro Applications presented below, you can proceed ahead and download the appropriate software and try it yourself.
Using a Macro Scheduler requires basically two steps. First step is to record the Macro and the second step is to schedule the recorded Macro and let it play the recorded actions at scheduled date time. Now selection of Macro Recorder depends on what actions you wish to automate. In case the actions you wish to automate produce pre-defined results, you can use the Macro Recorder for Mac and record the Mouse and Keyboard Actions. The Video Tutorial of Macro Recorder for Mac displays Mouse and Keyboard Actions recorded and played back. Once you have recorded your desired Macro, you can schedule it to play after configurable time duration. Note in the above screenshot, once the Play Recording button is clicked, a Timer will start and will effectively start playing the recorded Mouse and Keyboard Actions after 30 Minutes. Also note that the recorded Macro will be played 5 times as configured in the Mouse and Keyboard Recorder for Mac.
In case the Macro you wish to schedule needs input from keyboard, then you would need to enable access for Assistive Devices. In order to protect privacy and prevent spy applications like keylogger, Apple’s Macintosh allows you to control whether Mac Applications do have access to record your Keystrokes or Not. The Macro Recorder for Mac displays the steps required for Enable Access for Assistive devices on Mac OS X 10.9 and explains the procedure in details for 10.9 and other Mac OS X versions.
The above screenshot displays a Macro Editor which allows you to Add / Edit Macro Actions . Once you have added the desired Macro Actions, you can save them to your Hard Disk and execute them later. You can also use the Macro Recorder for Mac to start executing the Macro created with above Macro Editor for Mac at a later date / time. Scheduling your Macros with software applications presented above requires careful planning and yes to others it would look like a Ghost is running your Mac OS X by moving your Mouse and doing Keyboard Typing.
Whenever scheduling a Macro, always take care of Screen conditions as the method presented above to schedule Macros is sort of blind automation where the Macro Applications will do exactly what they have been asked to do, but they will not be able to understand the outcome of the Actions. On contrary appropriate planning of Macros with above Mac OS X Automation Utilities can provide you the best and easiest way to schedule your Macro. You can even take the help of Mac OS X Automator to schedule or automate tasks which are not supported by above Macro Applications for Mac OS X. The best way to start with any of the above Macro Scheduler is to Download and try it with some basic actions on Desktop, Finder or even Text Edit as displayed in the Video Tutorial for the Macro Recorder presented above. Once you are happy with any of the above Macro Scheduler, proceed ahead and do another test and finally let it do the actual Mac OS X Automation you want it to do.
A simple and easy to use Macro Recorder for Mac is presented in this post which allows you to record and reply mouse clicks on Mac running 10.6 or later versions. With Macro Recorder for Mac, the Mouse Clicks can be recorded by pressing a Keyboard Shortcut and the recording can be stopped with the same keyboard shortcut which was used to start mouse clicks recording on Apple Macintosh.
Once you have recorded Mouse Clicks, you can press another Keyboard Shortcut to replay the recorded Mouse clicks. In case you would like to replay the Mouse Clicks multiple times, just specify the number of times, you want the recorded mouse clicks to to be replayed. When the Playback of the recorded Mouse Clicks is in progress, you can press the keyboard shortcut used to play the recording and stop the playback.
Download and try out this Macro Recorded for Mac OS X on your Apple Macintosh running 10.6 or later version. Whether you are using Apple’s Mac Mini or a Laptop powered by Mac OS X operating System running 10.6 or later version like Macintosh Mountain Lion, Mac OS X Lion or even 10.9, you can use the Macro Recorder for Mac and easily and quickly record and playback the recorded Mouse Clicks.
As displayed in the above screenshot, the Macro Recorded is configured to play the recorded Mouse Clicks 5 times on the press of function key F6. Note that another Function Key F5 has been configured to Start / Stop Recording. Also note that there is a configurable option to enable or disable sound alerts to help you identify actions performed with Keyboard Shortcuts. There are different Audible alerts pre-configured for different actions including Start Recording, Stop Recording, Play Recording and Stop Playing of Recording.
Where Macro Recorder for Mac provides you simplicity and complete Mac OS X Automation, you can also consider another related Mac OS X Automation Software titles Mac Auto Mouse Click which gives you the option to save Mouse Clicks, Key Press and other Actions. Yes with Macro Recorder for Mac, you can also record Keyboard Actions and Keyboard Assisted Mouse Clicks like Command + Click, Alt + Click, etc, however the software presented above gives you the capability to edit the Mouse Clicks recorded in the script.
The above displayed Mac OS X utilities are basically Mac OS X Automation Tools which together help you automate repetitive tasks. When the Tasks are performed by Automation Tools as displayed above, you get Accuracy with repetitive task. The Macro Recorder for Macintosh automatically records the time delay between recorded Mouse Clicks so you can easily add time delay to your recorded Macro. In case you are using the second software presented above, you can add time delay to Macro Scripts by entering time delay in milli seconds and control the execution /playback of recorded macro or script with keyboard shortcut.
A Simple Auto Clicker which can do Mouse Clicks on a Windows PC really Fast is presented here. It is up to you how fast you want the Mouse Clicker to do the Clicking. When increasing the speed of the Auto Clicker, you must make sure that the Program on which you want to click fast can handle the fast clicks. The Mouse Clicking Tool presented here allows you to configure the speed on your own, so that when you want your Clicker to click fast you can increase it’s Clicking Speed and when you want to reduce the speed of Clicking , you can reduce the Mouse Clicking Speed.
This Mouse Clicking Tool works for all Windows Operating Systems from Windows XP to Windows 8.1. In case you are looking for a Mac Version of fast Clicker, please navigate to Fast Clicker for Mac page, and for Windows, just read on and let your Mouse Cursor Click Super Fast with various Applications presented here.
Download and Install this Mouse Clicking Application and Configure it as displayed in the screenshot above to make this MurGee Auto Clicker as really Fast Clicker. You do not need Administrator Rights to install this Mouse Clicking Application. Yes this Application has been tested with 47 Anti Viruses and is Completely Safe to download and Install. As the Application does not requires Admin access, it cannot change anything on your computer which will be applicable to all the user accounts on your Windows Computer.
The Visual Display Colors of the Application are configurable and are by default dependent on the your current Windows Theme. The Speed of Mouse Clicking is determined by the delay in between consecutive Mouse Cursor Clicks and in the screenshot above, the delay between multiple clicks is configured to be only 10 Milli Seconds. In case you would like to know more about the application presented above, do visit the Mouse Click at regular intervals post of this blog. Alternatively you can download the software for free from the link provided in the earlier paragraph and try it yourself on your Windows Computer without having Admin Access to your Windows Computer.
In case you would like this Mouse Clicker to Click at 2 different locations at the same time, you can launch the application tow times using the Desktop Shortcut or Shortcut in the Start Menu. In order to launch and configure two Screen Locations, you would need to Enable the Multiple Instances option and define two different fixed screen locations on your Windows Computer. You will also need to define two separate Keyboard Shortcut keys as displayed in the screenshot above. You can also assign different Clicking Speed of both Mouse Clickers by defining different delay interval between clicks. Remember Lower the Delay value, the Faster your Clicker will Click Mouse. To use this Application as Fast Clicker use the Milli Seconds field and assign 0 to Minute and Seconds field values.
In order to do Multiple Clicks at Multiple Screen Locations in Sequence, you can use a different Mouse Clicker as displayed in the screenshot above. The Software displayed in the screenshot above is the simplest way to Auto Click at different Screen Locations easily and quickly. This one Screen Software is named as Auto Mouse Click and you can use it to do Left or Right Mouse Clicks in Single Click or Double Click method. Here also the same rule applies for the Mouse Clicking speed, i.e. Lower the value of delay, the faster the clicker will click. Here Milli Seconds is the only available time field to define the delay before Mouse Click and hence can be a real Fast Clicker for Multiple Screen Locations. This Mouse Click Scripting Application is also bundled as a Setup Application and does requires Admin Rights to install it.
The Software Application presented in the above screenshot is another Fast Clicker provided under the title of Auto Mouse Clicker which may seem like it is only for Advanced Windows Users, However it is equally easy to understand and learn. As with all the applications presented here in this post, you can use this Application to be your Super Fast Clicker for Single or Multiple Screen Points or Locations. This Advanced Fast Mouse Clicker has lots of features and has lots of screens in it. Some screenshots are posted in the Advanced Auto Clicker post of this blog. You can use this Advanced Auto Mouse Clicker as a Fast Clicker with fixed speed or use it as a Fast Clicker with variable speed using the Random Delay option in the software. Admin Rights are required to install this Application on your Windows Computer.
When using any of the above applications as Fast Clicker, all you need to do is specify minimum possible delay in between clicks. 1000 Milli Seconds together make 1 Second and 60 Seconds together make 1 Minute. Before using any of the Application for Actual Purpose like Clicking in Game, Regression Testing or any other purpose, do make sure that you do understand the features of the Application.
When learning any of the Application above, test the features of the application on some basic Windows Application like Calculator or you can even use the Click Counter Software to count how many clicks the application is doing while being used as Fast Clicker. All the applications are shareware applications which means that, you can download any of the application for Free on your Windows Computer, Install it and test it as per your requirements.
Automating Repetitive Tasks in Windows is the best way to save time, efforts and add accuracy to the task. Whether you are looking to Automate a small task which takes few minutes or a task that takes hours to do, Automation is the way to do it. Microsoft Windows provides Windows Task Scheduler, usage of Batch Files, PowerShell Scripting and other useful ways to Automate Repetitive tasks. Depending on the type of Task you wish to automate, you can select from the available free and paid options. This post provides an insight into various available Windows Automation options. This post also provides a small overview of a Free to try Windows Application with which you can Automate almost everything by Scheduling basic Windows tasks like Mouse Clicks, Text Typing and other related stuff.
Whatever you wish to Automate in Windows can always be broken down to small steps. Although Automation of Repetitive Tasks does not require you to learn a Programming Language, still basic rules are applicable. In other words in order to Automate Repetitive Tasks in Windows, you need to break down the whole task into small steps, taking into consideration all the scenarios, error conditions and finally you get a script or macro which you can execute in order to get your Windows Task Automated by the Automation Software.
The Screenshot above displays one such Windows Application which allows you to automate Mouse Actions like Mouse Click, Mouse Click with Keyboard Keys like Ctrl + Click, Shift + Click, etc as displayed in the screenshot above. Apart from Automating Mouse Actions, you can also Automate Keyboard Typing, add Audible Alerts to the Application and other stuff. In case you would like to know more about the Application above, do visit the Advanced Auto Clicker post in this website to know what all features are available in this tiny and free to try Windows Automation Application. The best part of Automating Repetitive Tasks with Mouse and Keyboard Actions is that you can visually watch and confirm the repetitive task being performed.
Microsoft Windows provides a Software Application named Windows Task scheduler as displayed in the screenshot above to run a Windows Task at a Later Date / Time. Once you have an Application (.exe File) or data file like .mcs file (created with MurGee Auto Mouse Clicker), a .bat file (Windows Batch File) or any other File. Task Scheduler is the best way to schedule your Windows Tasks to be run later or on a recurring basis. Various tasks of Windows Operating System and Software Applications are often scheduled using the Windows Task Scheduler.
Batch Files (Files with .bat extension) are one of the easiest ways to run multiple Windows Commands and Automate them quickly. Whether you want to copy, delete or rename multiple files on a regular basis using the basic Operating System supplied commands like rename, copy, delete, etc or you want to run multiple applications simultaneously, batch files are really simple and you can find lots of tutorials on the internet. The above screenshot displays a sample application of .bat files using the .mcs files created with Auto Mouse Clicker as displayed in the first screenshot of this post. Similarly you create your own .bat (Batch Files) and run them to automate a group of Windows Tasks.
All the ways presented in this post including Batch Files, PowerShell, Auto Mouse Clicker (For Mouse, Keyboard and other Windows Tasks), Windows Task Scheduler do not require any programming knowledge using programming languages, however you still need to make sure that you do understand what and how you wish to automate. Remember Automation of Repetitive tasks is done by Computer which works as you tell it without applying mind of it’s own. Whether you want to Automate your Computer Shutdown, File Copy, Automated Web Browsing, Automatic Mouse Clicking, Auto Keyboard Typing or anything else, there are various inexpensive and expensive tools available from Microsoft and other third party vendors, but in order to make the most out of your time , efforts and money, select the best method and start automating your repetitive Windows tasks.
The Windows Application presented here can help you Automate Mouse Click at regular intervals like a Mouse Click every Minute, Mouse Click after every 5 Minutes, Mouse Click Every Second and so on. The best part of this Mouse Clicking Application is that you only need to view a Screenshot and figure out all the details. There is no absolute need of writing macros using programming languages and you can let your Mouse Click after regular intervals almost now. The given below screenshot captured on Windows 8.1 displays the main window of the software which displays almost all the features of the Mouse Clicking Software.
The Mouse Clicking Software as configured above will do Left Click wherever Mouse Cursor is present every 30 Milli Seconds and will stop after Clicking 100 Times. Yes you can change any of the configurable values and make it so that it Clicks after every 5 Minutes and Keep on Clicking until stopped. You can even add extra random delay between consecutive mouse click. Yes other types of Mouse Clicks are also supported and can be selected from the drop down allowing you to select the click type.
Apart from the visible configurable features to change Mouse Clicking Speed (Controlled by defining Time Duration between Multiple Clicks) and other parameters, note small buttons all over the software. These small buttons allow you to fine tune and gain more control over how Mouse Clicking must be done automatically. Let’s say you want your Mouse to Click at every Minute on a Fixed Location irrespective of the location of Mouse Cursor, you need to click on the Location controller button as displayed in the given below screenshot, marked with blue arrow. In case you want the Mouse Clicks to be done at Fixed Screen Location, Click on the Pick Location button and click on the desired fixed screen location, or else use the other option which lets the software click, wherever the mouse cursor is present.
Yes there are more features in this Mouse Clicking Software which are sort of hidden. Other Configurable parameters of this Software allows you to change color of the software, lets you decide whether you want to run single or multiple Mouse Clicking Applications or even change the appearance of Mouse Cursor when Automatic Clicking is done by the Software. In order to configure other configurable parameters, click on the top left corner of the software and then select any of the configurable command.
Still here are other features in this Mouse Clicking Software which have not been explained fully, however once you are comfortable with basic software controls, you should be fine using other advanced features of the software. In case you would like to have more sophisticated software, you should have a look at the Advanced Auto Clicker post of this website which presents an application capable of visually scripting Mouse Clicks and other Windows Actions.
Software to Automate Mouse Dragging and Dropping is presented here. This post provides information about a software application with which you can automate Drag and Drop on your Windows Computer. Apart from Drag and Drop support, you can also automate other Mouse Actions such as Mouse Clicking Text Typing, however this article provides information only on Drag and Drop feature of the software. The Software presented here is a free to download and try software and works with almost every Windows Operating System including latest Windows 8.1 and other older versions of Windows.
As displayed in the above screenshot, Mouse Dragging is divided into two parts , i.e. Mouse Dragging Start and Mouse Dragging End. Once you have added the Mouse Dragging Start Action, you need to add another action which will tell the software as to where you want the Mouse Dragging to End as displayed in the screenshot below. In order to specify the location from which, the Mouse Dragging must start, you can use the Pick X,Y button and confirm the Screen Location from where you want the Mouse Dragging to Start.
The above screenshot displays the software state after a Mouse Start Action has been added to the Mouse Automation Script and the Mouse Dragging End action is being added to the script. As with Mouse Drag Start Action, here also you need to specify the screen location where the Mouse must be released using the Pick X,Y button.
Once you have told the Mouse Automation Software about the screen locations of Mouse Drag Start and Mouse Drag End Locations, you can store the script as a file so that every time you do not need to repeat the above actions. There are other Mouse Actions that you can add to the script like Left, Right or Middle Click and even specify the Keyboard Keys that must be pressed along with the Mouse Click like Ctrl Key, Alt Key and Shift Key. Yes there are other actions supported by this software which have been described in the Advanced Auto Clicker post of this blog. There are lots of inbuilt tutorials in the Drag and Drop Software allowing you to learn how to Drag and Drop Automatically using Video Tutorials, Screenshots, and even example scripts.
The Above Drag and Drop Software has been tested on Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8 and even on Windows 8.1 on 32 bit and 64 bit versions so as long as you are using any latest version of Windows, you will be able to download this Drag and Drop Software and run it within few seconds. In case you need a similar software for Macintosh, do have a look at the Click with Keyboard on Mac post which describes a similar Mouse Automation Software for Apple Mac Computers.
This post provide you multiple ways in which you can do Mouse Click with Keyboard on your Apple’s Mac running OS X 10.9 Mavericks , Mac OS X Mountain Lion 10.8, and other Mac versions like 10.7 and even 10.6. The approach presented in this post allows you flexibility in choosing you own way to click with any keyboard keys you want. The solution presented here to click with keyboard on your Mac lets you choose any of the available options. Yes you can do Left Click with Keyboard on Mac using any configurable shortcut key and you also get the option to click either at a fixed screen location or at your current mouse cursor location. Every type of Mouse Click can be done with Keyboard on Mac and you do get the option of specifying your own Keyboard Shortcut key instead of following any complex procedure.
Click on Mac with Keyboard Shortcut at pre-defined Screen Location
The method of doing Mouse Click with Keyboard here allows you to specify a pre defined Screen Location Co-Ordinate. You can do Left, Middle , Right , Shift + Left, Shift + Right, Shift Middle Click, Double Click, Left Mouse Button Dragging and other types of clicks like Command + Click, Control + Click and Alt + Click. Whether you want to do a single or multiple mouse clicks with Keyboard, the software application presented here titled Mac Auto Mouse Click is your best choice. Have a look at the given below partial screenshot of the software which displays the types of mouse clicks which can be done using this software application. Yes you can download and try the software application for free on your own Mac running any version later than 10.6 like Mac OS X Lion, Mac 10.8 Mountain Lion and even Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks.
Depending on your preference, you can assign any available keyboard shortcut and select any type of Mouse Click and save it as a data file. Effectively you can assign any keyboard shortcut, let’s say Command + D to do Double Click, Right Click or any other type of Click. The given below screenshot displays two configurable keyboard shortcut keys which together help you to specify the fixed screen location where you wish to click and the keyboard shortcut which you wish to use to do the click.
In case you wish to click mouse with a configurable keyboard shortcut at current mouse cursor location, read on to find out another software utility which can be of use. The Mac Fast Clicker Application presented next is another simple and easy application to use and allows you to click with configurable keyboard shortcut.
Click on Mac with Keyboard
This section presents a way in which you can do simple click with keyboard on your Mac running 10.6, 10.7. 10.8 or even 10.9. In order to click with keyboard key, all you need to define is the keyboard key which you wish to use for doing clicks and the number of times you want the keyboard key to do mouse clicks. The Keyboard Key defined and the Number of Clicks are stored automatically so you do not need to create and maintain data files.
Clicking with Keyboard is supported by the MurGaa Fast Clicker Application whose screenshot is displayed above. Note the Click Count is set to 1 in the above screenshot and the Keyboard Key F7 has been stored. With above configuration whenever the Keyboard Key F7 is pressed, a Click is done by the Mouse Automatically at current Mouse Cursor Location. As like any other MurGaa Software Application, this easy to use application is available for download as well and works well with all the latest Mac OS X Versions (Mac OS X 10.6 or Mac Snow Leopard Onward).
Left , Middle or Right Click on Mac with Keyboard
The MurGaa Fast Clicker is a really nice looking application and works well, however it can do only Left Mouse Clicks on Mac with a Keyboard Shortcut Key. In case you want to do a Right Click or any other Type of Mouse Click on your Mac running Mac OS X 10.5 or later version at current Mouse Cursor Location on Screen, then you can use the MurGaa Random Clicker which clicks at current mouse cursor location and the clicking is driven by a configurable keyboard shortcut.
In the above screenshot, the software has been configured to do a Right Click whenever the Key Command + W is pressed on the Keyboard. The Keyboard Shortcut clicks the Mouse wherever Mouse cursor is present and hence there is no need to specify any specific screen co-ordinate location. The Keyboard Key is stored automatically by the software, apart from other configurable parameters of the software. Download this Free to try Mac Application and click with keyboard with your own choice and with full control. Note there are small help buttons all over the software screen which explain the meaning of every configurable parameter.
All the above Mac Applications have been designed carefully and work as configured. The above Mac Applications can be useful whenever you are supposed to do lots of clicking. Although all the above applications provide way to click with keyboard, but they all serve different purpose and depending on your current requirement of doing clicks with keyboard, you can download any of the above Mac Application and check it for yourself whether it is of any use to you.