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Autoclicker for linux?

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I'm looking for a specific auto clicker tool that I can use to click on a selected window. However, it should not interfere with normal mouse usage, such that I need a program that can click on one window. This should happen in the background while I surf the web on another window.

Does such an autoclicker exist for linux?
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Re: Autoclicker for linux?

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I highly doubt that. I don't think auto-clickers exist for any other OS other than windows.
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xdotool
English is not my mother tongue; please excuse any errors on my part.
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Re: Autoclicker for linux?

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However, it should not interfere with normal mouse usage
First show whether there is anything like that.
These programs which I have seen are usually written for a specific program.
It's called a " window handle " in C/C++ or something, I don't know because I'm not a programmer.

xdotool it is used more for mouse mapping, (or keyboard mapping)
that is, the mouse buttons can be assigned other functions / possibilities in the system.
xdotool can be used to simulate a keyboard or a mouse, so it is used in scripts.
So it is a tool, not a ready program.
And I don't seen " window handle " or just I don't know how create window handle in script,
so probably this is not for you.
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Re: Autoclicker for linux?

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vince77 wrote:
Wed Aug 26, 2020 5:45 am
I highly doubt that. I don't think auto-clickers exist for any other OS other than windows.
Yes, there are auto clickers available for other OS as well. There are some autoclicker even for Mac.
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1000 wrote:
Fri Aug 28, 2020 4:23 am
However, it should not interfere with normal mouse usage
First show whether there is anything like that.
These programs which I have seen are usually written for a specific program.
It's called a " window handle " in C/C++ or something, I don't know because I'm not a programmer.

xdotool it is used more for mouse mapping, (or keyboard mapping)
that is, the mouse buttons can be assigned other functions / possibilities in the system.
xdotool can be used to simulate a keyboard or a mouse, so it is used in scripts.
So it is a tool, not a ready program.
And I don't seen " window handle " or just I don't know how create window handle in script,
so probably this is not for you.
Thanks. I will try xdotool and see if it does the job.
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Re: Autoclicker for linux?

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Thanks. I will try xdotool and see if it does the job.
If you are a beginner, I wrote that there is a high probability that you will not be able to do it.
Because you have to learn how to use the terminal and write scripts like Bash
But you won't be able to do it without reading the guides.
It's like reading holy books that do magic. :D
If you will know how use terminal and "man" and "--help" options in terminal, then it will be easy for you.
For beginners, it is better " autokey " probably.
It is in repository Linux Mint.
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Re: Autoclicker for linux?

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Hello,
Auto-clicker is available for Windows only.
For windows, this is something you are looking for: https://autoclicker.io/

However, If you want to use the autoclicker on Ubuntu, then you can install the Xdotool. It is the same as autoclicker.
Run this command to install the Xdotool.
sudo apt install xdotool

To launch the Xdotool, run this command,
xdotool click --repeat 100 --delay 18 1

Just make sure that your cursor is in the right position where you want to click several times.
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Re: Autoclicker for linux?

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hello :)

MaxAutoClicker is avalaible for linux and windows you can find how to download and install it here https://maxautoclicker.blogspot.com/202 ... linux.html

download link :
https://sourceforge.net/projects/maxautoclicker/
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