This post provides a Macro Recorder for Mac which allows to Record and Playback Keystrokes on Mac. Whether you wish to automate simple or complicated sequence of keystrokes, the Macro Recorder presented here can be used to Record Keystrokes, Save them to a File and Playback the Recorded Keystrokes on Macintosh 10.6 or later versions. Apart from Keystrokes, you can also record Mouse Movements and Clicks with this Macro Recorder. In order to record Keystrokes you need to provide Access for Assistive Devices from Accessibility tab of System Preferences. Starting with Macintosh Version 10.9, the Access for Assistive Devices is provided on a per Application basis.
Record and Playback Keystrokes on Mac
The above Screenshot displays the Macro Recorder which needs Access for Assistive Devices to Record Keystrokes. Note that the blue colored text on the main screen of the Macro Recorder for Mac displays informative message to Record Keystrokes. Note the Help button to the right of the informative text navigates to the the Macro Recorder for Mac Homepage from where you can get more information about the software. Once you have provided the required Access to the Software, Restart the Application and you will note that the informative text changes to as displayed in the screenshot below.
Macro Recorder for Mac Ready to Record Keystrokes
Once the Macro Recorder is ready to Record Keystrokes, the Informative Text displays another informative text which informs you that you can save the Recorded Keystrokes in a File and play them at a later date / time. In order to Save or Load Recorded Keystrokes, you need to use the File Menu of the software as displayed in the screenshot below.
Save or Load Recorded Keystrokes from File Menu
As displayed in the screenshots above, you can playback the recorded keystrokes multiple times with the help of Playback Counter available to the right hand side of the Play Recording Button. The Macro Recorder for Mac also supports System Wide Keyboard Shortcut with which you can Start / Stop the Recording and another Keyboard Shortcut with which you can Start / Stop the Recording Playback. You can even control speed of the Recorded Keystroke Playback by adjusting the time delay control available at the bottom of the software.
Mouse and Keyboard Recorder with Playback for Macintosh
Download this Macro Recorder on your Mac running Snow Leopard (Mac 10.6), Mac OS X Lion (Mac 10.7), Mountain Lion (Mac 10.8) or Mavericks (Mac 10.9) or Watch a Video Tutorial which displays how to Record Keystrokes with this Macro Recorder for Mac. This Macintosh Utility is a trial application and requires you to pay $5.00 registration fees after the trial usages have been used. There are no Limitations in the Trial version of the software and works as good as Full Registered Version. Apart from Recording and Playing back Keystrokes on your Mac, you can also record Mouse Movements and use this Application as a Keyboard and Mouse Recorder with Playback feature.
In order to Click at Specific Time, you need to define the Mouse Click and a Software which can Schedule your Mouse Clicking Task. This post provides quick and easy way in which you can Automate Clicking of Mouse in a Timely or Recurring Manner. To start with, you would need a software in which you can store your single or multiple mouse clicks. Once you have defined and stored your Mouse Clicks in a file, you can use Windows Task Scheduler to let the Windows Task Scheduler start your Mouse Clicking Script which in turn will Click at the defined specific time.
Mouse Click Script stored as File
The above screenshot displays an icon of a File containing few Mouse Clicks. When double clicked, the Mouse Clicks are done by the Auto Mouse Clicker, which displays an icon in Notification Area while the Mouse Clicks are being Automated. Once you do have your Mouse Clicks stored in a Macro Script file, all you need to do is start your Task Scheduler and create your own Mouse Click Scheduler which will effectively Click at specified Screen Location and at Specific Time.
Click at Specific Time
Apart from defining basic parameters for creating the Scheduled Task with Windows Task Scheduler, you need to specify the File path of your Mouse Clicking Script File. As displayed in the above screenshot, the .mcs file has been selected using the browse button in the Task Wizard. Before adding a Task for running the .mcs file, so make sure that the Mouse Clicking Scripting does clicks exactly where you want it to click.
Software to Store Mouse Clicks in a Macro Script File
In case you want only one Mouse Click to be done at specific time at specific location, add a single Mouse Click to the Macro Script File and ask the Windows Task Scheduler to run the task only one time. The above screenshot of Task Scheduler has been captured on Windows 7, however the task scheduler is almost the same on Windows 8 and even on Windows 8.1. Effectively now you can Automate Mouse Click at Specific Time in a One Time manner or even on a recurring basis.
A Unique Mouse Clicker especially designed for Games is presented in this post. The Game Clicker presented here is capable of doing Automated Mouse Clicks in a controlled way. Screenshots and Video Demonstration of the Game Clicker presented here can be used to view and understand all the features of this small software program. Whether you wish to play an online Game in a Browser or a Non Direct X Game which is installed on your Windows Computer, the Clicking Bot within the Game Clicker can get you highest score and save your fingers from clicking too much.
Out of the many configurable options available in this Game Clicker, the above screenshot displays few options. Rest of the configurable options are available in Right Click Menu of the System Tray Icon and also from the System menu of the Software. You can invoke the System Menu of this Program by doing a Left Mouse Click at the Top Left Corner of the Program as displayed in the screenshot below.
Complete Game Clicker Options
Download a Video Tutorial of this Mouse Clicking Bot and watch it in your own Video Player like Windows Media Player or any other Video Player. As evident from the above screenshots, the Auto Clicker has all the features to be used as Game Clicker. Given below are few of the features which can help you excel in your Games. Yes instead of reading further you can even download and try out this software on your Windows PC for Free and it works on all the Windows Operating Systems including Windows 8.1 , Windows 8, Windows 7 and other Windows Versions later than Windows 98 starting with Windows XP.
Allows you to Click with Mouse at Current Mouse Cursor Position or at Fixed Screen Position.
Left, Middle, Right Mouse Clicks and even Mouse Dragging is Supported.
Fixed and Random Time Delay between Mouse Clicks is Supported. Random Time Delay between Mouse Clicks fully emulates Human Mouse Clicking.
Instead of Clicking at a Specific Fixed Location, you can configure the Game Clicker to Click at Random Location on Screen around the Clicking Point.
Works in all Online Games and also works in Non Direct X Full Screen Games installed on Desktop Computers.
Can also be used to do Mouse Clicks on Web Pages , e.g Clicking of a Button or a Link.
Has inbuilt Color Detector and Clicker to Find specific Color and Click on the Color and yes it works in Flash Games as well.
Advanced Clicker lets you program Mouse Clicking at single or Multiple Screen Location. Yes the Mouse Clicks can be scheduled to be done at a later date / time.
Allows you to change Cursor while doing Automated Clicking so that you can identify easily whether your Game has changed the Mouse Cursor or it has been done by the Game Clicker.
You can also assign a .wav file to be played automatically each and every time an automated Mouse Click is done by this Game Clicking Bot / Program.
The Clicking of Mouse can be either Started with a configurable keyboard shortcut or with Left, Middle or Right Mouse Clicks done by the Physical Mouse Buttons on your Desktop or Laptop Computer.
Game Clicker Icon in System Tray
Games now a days are becoming more and more sophisticated and interesting too. Whether you play a single Game or Multiple Games, correct usage of the Game Clicker presented in this post can help you achieve better ranking, more points and definitely save you lots of time. Although basic scripting for Mouse Clicks can be done easily with this program, you can alternatively explore the features of Advanced Auto Clicker which is definitely much more powerful tool to automate Mouse, Keyboard and other Actions. When using any of the Bots mentioned in this post, do take caution and in case of confusion, do ask someone. Remember that the Bots do not have mind of their own and they are supposed to do whatever they are ordered to do. Playing Game with the help of Game Clicker requires proper planning and understanding of the Clicker as well.
A Fixed Point Mouse Clicker for Apple’s Macintosh is presented in this Post. The Mac Mouse Clicker allows you to configure upto 6 Mouse Clicks with Configurable Keyboard Shortcuts. You can Download and try out this Software on 10.6 or later Macintosh. The Screenshots presented in this post have been captured on a Mac Mini Running 10.9 or OS X Mavericks. All you need to use this Fixed Point Mouse Clicker is to locate the Mouse Click Location with a Keyboard Shortcut and then Click at that specific Screen Location with a Configurable Shortcut. By default 3 Mouse Clicks are available and rest 3 Mouse Clicks are available by expanding the Screen of the Fixed Point Mouse Clicker.
Mac Fixed Point Mouse Clicker
The above Screenshot displays 3 separate Mouse Clicks which are configurable and are configured to do a Left Mouse Click at specific screen locations identified by Screen’s X and Y Co-Ordinates. All the Settings of the Software are saved automatically so that once you configure the software, you can use the same settings later on as well. In case you would like the Fixed Point Mouse Clicker to do a Mouse Click at specific screen location and then bring the cursor back to original Screen Location, all you need to do is Check the Check-box named Cursor Back. The Button titled Locate allows you to locate the stored Mouse Click Location without actually doing a Mouse Click.
Click On Mac with Keyboard
Download Fixed Point Mouse Clicker and try it for Free on your Mac OS X running 10.6, 10.7. 10.8 or even on 10.9 Mac. With this Fixed Mouse Clicker for Mac, the speed of Mouse Clicking depends on how fast you can press a keyboard shortcut. Using Function keys can be an easy way to do Mouse Click on Mac with Keyboard Shortcut. Yes you can even remove any configured shortcut key within the software and then use the same keyboard shortcut to Click or Get Mouse Cursor Position.
In case you use Microsoft’s Windows Operating System, you can download and try Fixed Point Clicker for Windows and enjoy the same functionality on your Windows Computer. Yes you can download and try the software for Free. Clicking Mouse with Keyboard Shortcut was never so easy and accurate to do. Whether you are using Mac or Windows, clicking Mouse with Keyboard Shortcut at fixed screen location is now easy and accurate to do.
Find Color and Click the Color or at another Screen Location with Color Clicker for Mac. In built Color Detector Allows you to Detect Color and Pick Color on Screen with Configurable Keyboard Shortcut. The Color Clicker runs on Apple’s Macintosh 10.6 and later versions of Mac including 10.7, 10.8 and even on latest 10.9. The given below screenshot of Color Clicker has been captured on Mavericks. Note that there are 3 different configurable keyboard shortcuts which allow you to Pick Screen Color, Pick a Fixed Screen Location to Click and to Start the Color Search.
Color Clicker Mac
The Color Clicker is detects Color around current Mouse Cursor Position and as configured clicks on the found Color or at a configurable Fixed Screen Location. The Move Cursor with Search slows down the Color detection process, but displays what the Color Clicker is doing on your Mac Screen. As evident from the screenshot above, you can even enable the option to move Mouse Cursor back to original Screen Location after the completion of Color Finding and Mouse Clicking procedure.
Find And Click Color on Mac
Whenever you want to Find and Click any Screen location identified by a specific Color, all you need to do is tell Color Clicker the Color to find on Screen and tell the area around Mouse Cursor to search for. In the Main Screen of Color Clicker, you can define the Screen Area to search for in terms of Pixels. The first screenshot displays that the keyboard shortcut F6 has been configured to work as Color Detector and Pick Color under Mouse Cursor. Another Keyboard Shortcut i.e. F5 has been configured to start the Color Search and Mouse Clicking Procedure.
Download the Color Clicker for Mac and run it on any Macintosh running on 10.6 and later versions. In order to search Faster and Click Faster on the Color found, do try to position Mouse Cursor around the expected location of the Color and also define smallest possible area to search for Color. Note that you can configure the Color Clicker to Click on the Screen Location found by Color Search and you can even configure the Color Clicker to Click at configurable Fixed Screen Location. There are lots of other Mac Mouse Automation Tools available at MurGaa.com which can help you automate Mouse and Keyboard for playing Games, doing Repetitive Tasks and any other Mouse and Keyboard Driven Actions for Websites or Software Applications