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Ergonomic software that clicks the mouse for you

MouseClick is an ergonomic software intended to help those suffering some form of RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury) or other computer related illnesses and cannot click the mouse or other pointing devices. Whenever the mouse pauses briefly, MouseClick sends a click, the amount of time it waits before it clicks is adjustable. In drag mode, it clicks down and then pauses before it clicks up; if you move the mouse while it is down, MouseClick will wait until you are done before clicking up.



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Ted Teah

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27 July 2007

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Uri Fridman Maintainer

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