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RSI AutoClick is an intuitive little program that automatically clicks the left mouse button on anything you move your mouse cursor to. All you're left to do is move the mouse around and it does the clicking for you. It also automatically grabs and releases vertical scroll bars. You can switch the program on and off any time by pressing F10. By doing away with finger clicking, RSI AutoClick can greatly reduce the symptoms of RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury) in your fingers and related areas.
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Operating System Windows Vista Windows Windows 2003 Windows 98 Windows NT Windows Me Windows 8 Windows 10 Windows 2000 Windows 7 Windows XP
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