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.
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.
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