Overview: Program to, generate a single mouse click, via software, at random time intervals within a pre-defined period. User shall "manually" place mouse cursor, at appropriate place on Screen. Must be Windows 2000 based software application, running in background, and concurrently with any other programs. 1) Software defined time periods User shall be able to define up to, 3 non-overlaping time intervals with a 24 hour period. Fields shall allow for entry of hours and minutes. For Example: 8:00 pm to 6:13 am 6:13 am to 3:43 pm 3:43 pm to 8:00 pm 2) Each time interval ( see above ) shall have "max time to click" field. The number entered into this field is the maximum time between software generated clicks for this time interval. Values of this field may 0 to 99 minutes. A "0" entry means that NO click are generated. This # is be used by the random # generator, so that the time between click does not exceed this time. Clicks to at ANY time that is equal to or less than this number. In other words, output of random number generator must be in minutes and seconds, NOT just minutes alone. For example if field is set to 15 minutes for the 8pm to 6 am Time interval, possible click scenarios would occur at: 8:03:13 pm 8:13:55 pm 8:47:27 pm etc???? ***************************************************** UPDATE: 12 MAY 2002 I want to thank all the coders that have sent bids, questions and suggestions for enhancements. I do have a question. We require this program to click on 1 specific icon in this program window. If we "minimize" this window, is there a way to "left" click on this same icon? We would rather not have this program window open ( maximized) unless absolutely necessary. If it is not possible to click on a minimized window, them is it possible to have program first maximize window, click, then minimize? This would be acceptable solution for us. But question is, how will program know which window to maximize if there are many minimized windows? We would favor any bidder who had the know how to make this happen! If this is not possible?. We would like the option of either manually placing the mouse in correct position, or specifying the X, Y coordinates thru the click of mouse.
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