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Clickity is a tray-icon program to simulate mouse clicks and drags that are hard to perform because of limited hand use or limited pointing hardware. It runs on any X system with tray icons, as well as Microsoft Windows, and doesn't require an integrated desktop environment or accessiblity framework to be installed. Clickity can be activated by holding and then releasing the left mouse button or by moving the pointer and letting it dwell in position. Actions include single clicks, double clicks, and drags of the left, right, and middle buttons, as well as scroll wheel motion.

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Recent releases

  •  24 Jun 2010 03:23

    Release Notes: This release added an autoscan mode and included HTML documentation. In this and subsequent releases, the middle digit of the version number reflects new features and the last digit reflects bugfixes or minor tweaks.

    •  19 Jun 2010 03:07

      Release Notes: Actions in profiles can now be reordered by drag-and-drop. A XDG desktop file was added for inclusion in menus. The previously-omitted sample configuration file was included.

      •  17 Jun 2010 08:45

        Release Notes: All settings and profiles can now be edited from a dialog box. Microsoft Windows is now supported.

        •  11 Jun 2010 00:36

          Release Notes: This version adds auto-scrolling with the up and down buttons, automatic advance between actions in a profile, and automatic return to a previous profile. It also fixes problems with long option names.


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