Dwell clicking Dwell Clicker 2 allows you to use your mouse, or other pointing device, without clicking. Dwelling is resting the mouse over one area of the screen for a specified time. Using Dwell Clicker 2, you can left-click, right-click, double-click or drag, all without physically pressing a button.
You can dwell-click in the following way:
Move the pointer to the point where you want to click.
Leave the pointer in that position for a second or two – the exact length of time is configurable.
A mouse click will occur at that position.
Target snapping Target snapping is a feature that makes it easier to click on specific elements on the screen. These elements include buttons, menu items and links. Target snapping works by detecting elements near the pointer that you might want to click on, and locking onto the nearest element.
Visual dwell display During a dwell, the dwell progress is displayed visually using a circular progress bar, which shows how much time is left before the point at the centre of the indicator is clicked. It also indicates whether Dwell Clicker 2 has “snapped” to a target.
Click lock After a right-click, double-click, or drag, the click type will revert to left click. You can prevent this by “locking” the click type. To lock the click type, select it twice.