This effective program aids in the fight against Repetitive Stress Injury (RSI) by letting you customize autoclicks of links and buttons, though we encountered a system slowdown while running it.
Simply hover your mouse on any link or button and a tiny window will appear in Gentle Mouse's functional interface. From there, you can choose which click you would like your mouse to perform, such as left, right or double-click. GentleMouse allows the user to customize a variety of features, such as the arrangement and appearance of the trigger and release windows, the reaction time, pixel size, and the commands of all the windows. It was easy to configure commands, but not all were available with the short 15-day trial version.
GentleMouse certainly eases repetitive actions, but our test PCs performed sluggishly while using it. Although anyone can use this simple but effective autoclick program, the trade-off in speed may not suit everyone.
Version 2 adds Trigger Window Border, Alternative View Window, Visual Click Indicator, and Cursor Placeholder options.