It has easy mouse auto click settings which provide automatic mouse clicks. Nevertheless, features are quite poor: only basic clicks at current mouse position are supported. Though a visual indicator is displayed, a red target, where the mouse is clicking automatically.
This program is written in Borland Delphi, but source code is not provided. There exists only one version and the project's site has not been updated since 2017.
In 2020 there is no need to use this program, because it is just an ancient incarnation of AutoClicker2 Record Play The Lists Of Mouse Clicks.
The table below contains all the features are typically required for mouse auto-clickers, but their order is selected by me. I assume most important features at the top and less significant at the bottom of the table. Note though your preferences may differ a lot from my ones, thus you have to analyze the whole table.
|Open source project||-||Regular updates and bug fixes||-|
|Command line support||-||Record-play the sequences of clicks||-|
|Random clicking in a specified rectangle||-||Fixed position clicking||-|
|Checkbox to keep the app window always Topmost||-||Auto-save all the clicking parameters||✔|
|Can select an arbitrary trigger key for clicking||✓/2||Different trigger keys to start and stop the clicking in toggle mode||✓/2|
|Button to reset all the clicking parameters to default values||-||Deep WYSIWYG editing all the parameters of mouse events in a sequence recorded||-|
|Hardware-limited fastest clicking via arrayed SendInput()||-||Runs on bare Windows (statically linked)||✔|
|Main window||Buttons to click|
This application is free but does not provide a source code.
Free Mouse Clicker is a tool that will automatically register a click of your mouse at regular intervals. There are a number of situations in which this may be handy: for example, certain games involve tedious sequences in which the player is expected to sit still and click repeatedly. Such boring procedures will be a thing of the past thanks to Free Mouse Auto Clicker. The program allows you to adjust the length of intervals between mouse clicks, and also allows you to choose whether the clicks will register as coming from the left or right button.
The tool can click in the spot where you left the mouse for as long as the program is running. The time interval at which the program performs the click can be set in the smallest detail. Thus, you may set the number of hours, minutes, seconds, milliseconds and centiseconds.
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