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Is there a program that can click for you automatically? One that doesn't use macros, but sends the click directly through the mouse, as if it were a real click.
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What do you mean by automatic clicking can you clarify a bit more, why do you want such a thing?
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Well, after a just a couple of days use, my mouse button seems to have worn out. Instead of replacing it, I'm wondering if theres a program that can click when I need it to (maybe by keyboard, or just turning the program on). The reason I need it to be directly sent is that several fullscreen programs won't allow clicks that aren't through the mouse, thus the reason why I can't use macros.

By the way, I found an old trackball mouse (I miss the red laser one now...), so if theres nothing able to help me, at least I'll have a backup solution.
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Hmm a wierd prediciment there might be ill take a look in the morning, ive never came across that problem if the mouse goes wonky i just use the keyboard. Or get another mouse idealy.
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Heh, thats the easiest solution. But the family tends to wear down the mouse quickly...its not the first time its happened. Thanks for the help so far.
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Ill see what i can find when i get back from uni, im sure there must be a way to trick it into it only question is wether i can find it.
You could always completely remove the mouse and tech the rest of the family how to use the keyboard lol, they last longer.
Easiest solution is to get a good quality mouse, cheap mouses dont last if you get a good one though it should last alot longer.

Edited by warriorscot, 16 March 2006 - 05:39 AM.

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OK thanks. I guess if you can't find a solution, I'll just go buy one ^^.
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