Clickin -- usage instruction. The most simple to use autoclicker... Literally, I made this because I couldn't find a good one :D

What is Clickin?
Clickin is a Firefox add-on that offers a straightforward solution for autoclicking. Designed to be user-friendly, it was created due to the lack of good options in the market. Though still under development, any bugs or errors can be reported to enhance stability. The add-on gives credit to various designers for their icon contributions. With Clickin, you can experience hassle-free autoclicking for your browsing activities.
By: B-aublys
Users: 263 ▲ 3
Rating: 4.93 (15)
Version: (Last updated: 2019-12-19)
Creation date: 2019-11-16
Weekly download count: 55
Firefox on Android: No
Risk impact: High risk impact
Risk likelihood: Low risk likelihood
Manifest version: 2
  • storage
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  • tabs
Size: 339.30K
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(Warning: since it's under development it might not be the most stable, but to make it more stable please send in any bugs or errors)

Credits: Power Button and bin icons -- Dave Gandy Main Icon border -- Pixel Perfect cookie & pointer in the help message -- Freepik Thank you for letting the community use your creations ;)

User reviews
Great autoclicker add-on with a sleek UI! Having sought a browser-based autoclicker for use on different operating systems, I found Clickin to work much better than the other add-ons and Tampermonkey userscripts I tried. If additional functionality were to be added, I'd like to have the option to set an autoclicker to click at random intervals between definable minimum and maximum values (i.e. min. and max. values of 3600ms and 5200ms resulting in a series of clicks such as 4762ms, 3897ms, 5124ms, and so on). Beyond that, macro functionality such as automatically enabling one autoclicker after another is able to successfully click, and disabling the latter until another pre-defined autoclicker is itself able to click would be helpful for automating predictable, repetitive input chains. If this were implemented, having the option to have such a series of autoclickers activate following a pre-defined condition, such as each time a specific URL is loaded, would be immensely useful.
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Risk impact

Clickin is risky to use as it requires a number of sensitive permissions that can potentially harm your browser and steal your data. Exercise caution when installing this add-on. Review carefully before installing. We recommend that you only install Clickin if you trust the publisher.

Risk likelihood

Clickin has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.

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