MouseController lets you record and save mouse movement and clicks with a push of a key. Shortcut keys for record and playback are configurable (function keys only). Playback can be delayed and repeated infinitely at a configurable interval. A time stretch function lets you slow down or speed up the playback.
Execution via command line provides the option to set most parameters visible in the UI.
This application requires the .NET Framework to be installed, which is available via Windows Updates.
- Mouse pointer motion automation
- Highly Customisable
- Supports execution from command prompt with parameters
fantastic Software ! Could you please add an option to shut down computer after playback is completed ? I'm sure many people would be interested since this software is mainly used to automate a process while we are not in front of the computer. So it would enable ENERGY SAVING !
I use it almost every day. It makes painful repetitive tasks so much more enjoyable when you can lean back and watch a movie while your work is done by a reliable piece of software.
For version 1.4 I was able to specify an .mcd file as an argument, and start the program from explorer. Verrsion 1.6 now give an error. This program should have startup arguments including an .mcd and whether to start it immediately. Then one could create an item on the quick launch toolbar to start any desired .mcd file. Program also needs always on top option. In addition, the options such as delay by, time stretch, show click number, should be written into the .mcd file, and loaded from the .mcd file, so they don't have to be set every time you run it. The start/top keys should also be written and read from the .mcd, because if the application you are running with uses the start/stop keys specified, the routine won't execute properly. So you may need different start/stop keys for different applications. There should be an option for whether the program start up visible or in the taskbar or tray, this should also be written to the .mcd files, as all options would be.