usage is the most common cause of
discomfort among modern computer users.
Unfortunately, common solutions to mouse discomfort
like switching hands or pointing devices just move the repetitive strain
to another part of your body.
The problem is that the constant gripping of a pointing
device, and the static postures most devices encourage can quickly cause
AutoClick eliminates the need to click
entirely -- which also eliminates the need to grasp
the mouse tightly and maintain problematic static postures.
Typical static mousing posture
How does AutoClick work?
Normally, you move the cursor around the screen and click
When you enable AutoClick, you won't have to
click anymore! Just move the cursor to where you want to click and pause.
AutoClick will click the mouse for you after a brief, user-definable pause (e.g.
6/10ths of a second).
You might worry that the mouse will click when you don't
want it to. But, if you only move the mouse when you want to click on
AutoClick will only click when you want it to.