This handy application allows physically disabled people to control the functions of the mouse. This can be done both in Windows and in any other program which requires the use of a mouse device: left or right click, double click, scrolling, selection, etc.
Clikka Mouse Free should be used together with other mouse emulator programs such as head or eyes pointers or any other processing system designed for people with disabilities.
Clikka Mouse Free (with its bars hidden on the left side of the screen allowing the whole view of your desktop) 'silently' provides us the possibility to click whenever we want to, just leaving the cursor rested over a given button on the screen, allowing us to rest too, putting all the functions in stand-by.
The program, once started, will display a bar, hidden on the left side of the screen; the bar will show some buttons which can be enabled or disabled simply resting with the cursor over the selected one for a certain amount of time.
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