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Description

Roboter is an autoclicker (and autokeypresser) for both linux, windows and mac (no hotkeys to start/stop on mac, I'm afraid). When I searched for one for Linux, I only found a single one that was really worth anything, and that one was trial-only payware. So I decided to make my own.

Time showed me that there is also no autokeypresser that can handle more than a single key on windows, at least not one that is not, well, trial-only payware.

So enjoy the only, as far as I'm aware, semi-advanced autoclicker and autokeypresser on both linux and windows, for free!

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Screenshots

GUI Roboter

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System requirements

Java version 8 or newer. You can check if you have it using this command line command (Windows: Start->run->cmd):

java -version

If you get nothing or if it's telling you that it doesn't know the command "java", you probably don't have java. If you get something, it should look like this:

java version "1.x.x_xx"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.x.x_xx-xxx)

If the number is 1.8 or larger, Roboter should run.

If you don't have Java or an old version, you can download the newest one at "Download".

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How to start

If everything works, you can just double-click the jar file, but sometimes a compressing software like WinZip graps this file extension.
If that happens, it's easiest to just run the Jarfix,

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Roboter
Sourcecode Roboter

Roboter ceased to work on Windows with Java9+ because of internal changes to Java. While the newest version (above) should work from Java 8 and newer, the legacy version below will only work on Java 8 if you use Windows.
Roboter (legacy)
Sourcecode Roboter (legacy)

Java:
Oracle pulled a fast one on us, newest (Oracle) Java versions have horrible licencing. So either choose 1.8, the last proper version, or chose OpenJDK:
Java 1.8 via Java.com
Newest Java via adoptOpenJDK.com

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Comments

#10 ——————_———————— wrote at 11/21/2019 02:50 PM (EST):
nvm, it worked

#11 Klaue wrote at 11/21/2019 06:45 PM (EST):
Good to hear

#7 ——————_———————— wrote at 11/21/2019 02:47 PM (EST):
can't download this

#8 ——————_———————— wrote at 11/21/2019 02:48 PM (EST):
don't know why this is, please tell me

#9 ——————_———————— wrote at 11/21/2019 02:48 PM (EST):
don't know why this is, please tell me

#6 random internet guy wrote at 10/13/2019 02:18 PM (EST):
thx man!

#5 random internet guy wrote at 10/13/2019 02:18 PM (EST):
thx man!

#3 Porta wrote at 03/07/2019 03:43 PM (EST):
Thank you Dev!

I appreciate you created this app as an alternative, it has the functions that I need.

I just want to comment that I had difficulties installing it on Elementary since the JRE didn't seem to be the appropriate. I solved it by following these instructions: https://askubuntu.com/a/705118/931838

I hope that proves to be of help for someone else.

Regards!

#4 Klaue wrote at 03/07/2019 05:05 PM (EST):
Never had that problem on Linux, but as long as you found a solution, thanks for sharing :)

#2 yes wrote at 09/22/2018 09:14 AM (EST):
cool and good

#1 faf wrote at 07/22/2018 12:50 PM (EST):
fsfafaffa

#0 joe wrote at 07/21/2018 04:30 AM (EST):
all good

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