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Is there a way I can have my mouse set with automator to two clicking spot to repeat in an order like: 1 2 2, 1 2 2, 1 2 2…etc?

Last edited by Cruaver; 06-12-2014 at 08:50 PM. Reason: forgot something
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EDIT : Have a look at this thread where member McYukon sets up a Applescript to set clicks up Automator Auto Click, and if that doesn't help, look below . . . .

Yes there is. You just need the correct recipe and then record your clicks in Automator and then save it. I have done this in the past, BUT its been a while since I did. Automator is a powerful App and worth playing around with.

There are also other Apps out there, that you can pay for, or use the 30 Day Trial to do what you want and one is called Auto Macro Recorder ~ Readme Soft that records Macros for playback, and another is called Sikuli ~ Sikuli Script, which is self explanatory on the home page . .

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