Retired HVAC Posted March 27, 2022 Share Posted March 27, 2022 Good day; I scan and cleanup vintage owners manuals and electronic schematics. During the cleanup process I use the Paintbrush Tool to "white-out" background junk. As I am cruising along, painting out like crazy, I make a mistake and white-out something that needs to remain. I try to remind myself to let up off of the mouse button even couple of seconds and restart the painting function so when I make the mistake I can Undo the last mistake and save most of the whiting-out work I've performed. But I get carried away. Question: Can you smart people write an add-in tool with a user settable timer that would automatically cycle the mouse button on, off and right back on again - repeat? I have already thought of the name for the tool: Stutter Mouse Clicker. I see this thing set for around five seconds when working on large cleanup areas and down to one second when performing detailed cleanup. Make sense? Thanks for reading. Attached is a cleaned up example of the stuff I fool around with. Capstan Motor Schematic - Transistor Speed Select PDF.pdf Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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