About Autobot 2.4


Autobot is an application free of viruses and ads that help you schedule a mouse task in the time and date you specify. Autobot is mostly used for those who have a lot of mouse tasks to perform continuously.

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You may use Autobot if you have many tasks to perform continuously (e.g Clicking two buttons many times)

You just create the list and the application does it for you. You may want to remove the check from the box "Only Once" if you would like to repeat the list forever, or set how many times the list should run in the Advanced Mode. You may then run Task Manager by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Delete to stop the application from repeating the list. The "Save" option would save you a lot of time if you have to write the indices every time you start the application.


Since the application provides both Advanced and Simple modes, it's recommended to select the Advanced mode which is more easier to manage. Although Advanced mode is more easier to manage yet it does not support the Task option. If you would like the application to perform the  mouse tasks in a specified time, then please use the Simple mode.

  • The following screenshot represents the Simple Mode with 4 indices to carry out at March 5, 2013 9:09:09 PM

Ind(n) = The coordinate to move the mouse position to (also known as Index)
1000 = The delay in milliseconds before moving the mouse position 
S = Left Single-Click; The mouse button to click 
SD = Left Double-Click; The mouse button to click
R = Right Single-Click; The mouse button to click 
RD = Right Double-Click; The mouse button to click  

NOTICE: Although the menu title shows the mouse current coordinates, you do not have to fill out the index manually. Instead, you may press Ctrl+Shift+I to insert the current mouse coordinates.

As you may notice, the option Specialize was checked in the above image. Specialize will allow you to set a delay and a mouse button for every index. If you wish to give every index a delay and a mouse button to do, then go ahead with Specialize. Otherwise, you may leave this unchecked. However, this feature is always available in Advanced mode as well, but in a better design.

Once you are done filling out the indices, you may then click on OK to tell the application to start carrying out the list. You will see the mouse cursor move around your screen based on your input. In this case, it's recommended to leave your mouse while processing the list so that it won't interfere with the application list you created.


Although Advanced Mode may seem to have restrictions, it'll allow you to manage your lists easier.

  • The following screenshot represents the Advanced Mode with 4 indices to carry out

In the above screenshot, the list contains 4 indices which a user needs to carry out, you may add as many as you like however.  As you may notice, there are FOUR new buttons on the right pane; UP (Alt+UP), Down (Alt+Down), Delete (Del), Edit (Ctrl+E). These FOUR buttons may make your life easier!

For example, if you need to carry out the index 353,183 after 681,180 you may click on UP or press the hotkey Alt+UP and the same thing goes with Down (Alt+Down) and so on for the Delete (Del); Clicking or pressing the Delete button or key would delete the index from the list.

Ctrl+E is also a good alternative for the button Edit yet they both only focus on the Coordinate of the index when pressed. You can also press Ctrl+R to focus on the Delay or Ctrl+T to focus on the Method fields while editing.

As you may notice, you can save your list in both Simple and Advanced modes as the lists that are saved in the Simple Mode are still readable by the Advanced Mode and vice versa.

To learn more about the Design and Symbols, please click on the HELP link in the Simple Mode.

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