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Is a there a similar program for Vista like the Mac application Automator?

Specifically I'm looking for a Vista app that can control timed clicks. For example, in Automator, I can specify which pixel and how often to click, or a series of click in different places. I'm not looking for an "intelligent clicker", just a purely GUI programmed clicker. Also I need it do work and record the keyboard. From reading other SU posts I can see that the command prompt doesn't have an easy way to do this.

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you may want to try out autohotkey (open source, free as in freedom & in beer)

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Autohotkey, AutoIt or Sikuli are good choices. For automating clicking and form filling inside the browser, try the free iMacros for IE/Firefox/Chrome browser addons.

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