You can easily set up an auto clicker on a Macbook. You just move your cursor where you need it, tell Mac Auto Mouse Click to record that location with a hotkey, and set the type of click you want to happen in that location in the program. AutoClicker is great but it can be a bit tricky to set up this method so make sure that you follow along with me.
To set up an auto clicker on a Macbook:
- open up the Settings and go into the General section
- Click on the accessibility options
- Now scroll down to the bottom of the page and press on accessibility shortcut
- Select switch control from there go back to the accessibility page and scroll up to the switch control page go to switches and then add a new switch using the screen.
The Mac automation utility tool helps users to automate left or right button clicking. It offers users multiple options for starting and stopping the clicking action of the auto clicker. The auto clicker for Mac is compatible with the latest version of the Apple Operating System.