I'm looking for a software which lets me simulate left mouse click at specific positions by pressing custom shortcut keys.

And I also need to create multiple simulations. For example, I would like to press the A key to simulate left mouse click at a position, and to press the B key to simulate left mouse click at another position, ... and so on.

I was using a software called "Auto Mouse Click" (by MurGee.com) to do this. But that software isn't free and my trial duration has expired.

Note: I of course would want to purchase the software I mentioned. But due to various reasons, I'm being unable to do that presently.

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A more general tool that can do the job would be AutoHotKey. But for a simpler, more mouse-only oriented tool, you can try Auto Mouse Click Generator

Both are free and both will do the job.

  • Thanks. But my Avast is considering AutoHotKey as malware and does not let me download it. Auto Mouse Click Generator seems to only allow one simulation at a time.
    – Ian Y.
    May 12, 2017 at 14:02
  • Autohotkey is legit, but make your own judgement. You should be able to tell Avast to whitelist the download. However, I would not attempt to download the software from anywhere else - there is always the potential of downloading a doctored, infected file.
    – CJM
    May 12, 2017 at 14:23

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