Developer: Softech di Germinara Francesco
Current Version: 1.1
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 166.5 KB - Download
The application is userful for test other application than need ripetitive mouse task like click e double click at user specified coordinates.
It is also a COMMAND LINE utility, it is created for Developer users.
Call this command utility for
a) Wakeup your Mac from Screen Saver or Stand By sleep.
b) Send automatically single or continuous mouse Click or DoubleClick in a specified windows position (i.e. to automatically dismiss or click button).
The scope of this application it is to emulate a mouse click, double click or mouse movement by a calling from an external tool (i.e. script, apple scripts or cocoa application) or creating custom sequence, that you can save ad load as file.
If you want to use it by terminal windows,
the command line parameters are
-haveGUI YES | NO
-seconds n with n =n seconds for timer
-autorepeat YES | NO (Use YES for repeat action every n seconds)
-savemouseposition YES | NO (YES, ignore xPosition and yPosition parameters values)
-xPosition x mouse pointer coordinate position in pixel where the mouse action will be occur
-yPosition y mouse pointer coordinate position in pixel where the mouse action will be occur
-clickcount 0 for emulate a mouse move event 1 for emulate a mouse click event 2 for emulate a double-click mouse event
Enjoy and share.
Please let me know for any improvements and suggestions to make this utility better.
Click event now write mouse coordinate position on Log View and user can specify the number of times to repeat entire sequence. (Only GUI).
Most Helpful Reviews
Works Well - I am using an iMac, OS X 10.9.5, and this app works well. It’s a little clunky in the setup, but it does the job and is well worth the price. As far as I can tell it only memorizes mouse movements and clicks (it is very exact), but not keyboard strokes. You can specify 3 different actions: Mouse movement, single mouse click, double mouse click. I used it to clean out almost 1000 old draft emails in my database that I wasn’t able to delete en masse.