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This is an app that allows you to record the movements of the mouse and save it to then perform the...

GhostMouse is a mouse automation utility for Windows.

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GhostMouse Overview

GhostMouse is a mouse automation utility for Windows. It allows you to record mouse sequences and replay them. Also it can run scripts wroten by its older paid version ReMouse and save them, but it doesn't have event triggers. In this free version you should lauch scripts manually. You can set a playback speed, hotkeys and options whether you want to record delays/ mouse moves. Scripts can be easily edited at notepad.

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