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I'm looking for an input automator. I'm running 10.3.9 on g5 powermac right now. What i want the input automator to do is right click the mouse every 2 minutes. I'm having a realy tough time finding a program that will do thats. Thanks for any help in advance
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…anyone?
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i wonder if automator will do something like this?

not on my mac now, but if no one else looks, i'll try it out when i can.
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Well if you have automator, you can download automator virtual input. This program lets you do specific things like automatic mouse clicks and keyboard clicks. However, I don't have automator on my mac, since im running 10.3.9. So I'm looking for an alternative solution.
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ah, sorry...
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Alternative: Upgrade to 10.4........
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