GS Auto Clicker 3.1.2
Have you ever got that feeling of uncertainty regarding whether you have actually double clicked on Winamp or not? I get this a lot on my old laptop computer. So once in a while you might catch me staring at the screen for a few seconds and then leaping suddenly on the mouse; clicking that icon senselessly, with an annoyed look on my face. Well not anymore, baby! Not with GS Auto Clicker. Check it out!
GS Auto Clicker is a tiny tool for automating mouse clicks. The basic use is to simulate clicking relentlessly on the current pointer position. This is very useful if you happen to perform a task that involves such a consuming activity. I must also express my sympathies for you.
The more advanced feature of GS Auto Clicker is based on the record & playback principle. You can record a tremendous amount of pointer coordinates by clicking on specific areas of the screen. Then, whenever you press the hot key (F8 by default) you give permission to Auto Clicker to possess the mouse pointer and click on all of the pre-recorded positions in a fast succession. It is good to note that it can be set to perform double-clicks and only run once through the entire set of commands if preferred.
This leads to the main problem of GS Auto Clicker. You only get global control over timing. For example you cannot establish a different interval of seconds between clicks, you can only modify their overall frequency. This reduces its usefulness to only very specific circumstances. At best it can be used in more complex scenarios but the lack of further customization makes it difficult at adapting it to one.
- Automated clicking – it simulates a continuous clicking sprep>
- Programed clicking – clicks on pre-recorded positionp>
- It works
- Recording and timing should have been in the same screen and accessible from the main window instead of separate settings buried in the menus.
Unfortunately, GS Auto Clicker cannot be customized to help with complex repetitive clicking tasks. But as a free application, it is more than welcome, especially when you need it for something simple, like keeping your computer from going to sleep.