Yes, GS Auto Clicker allows you to specify the position on the screen where the clicks should occur. You can manually input the X and Y coordinates or use the built-in capture feature to select a target area.
To specify specific coordinates for clicking in GS Auto Clicker, follow these steps:
Open GS Auto Clicker.
In the main interface, you’ll see options for Click Point and Click Interval.
Click on the “Set Click Point” button or use the associated hotkey (default is F6).
A crosshair cursor will appear. Move your mouse to the desired position on the screen and click to set the coordinates.
GS Auto Clicker
You can also manually enter the X and Y coordinates in the Click Point settings.
Set the desired Click Interval (the time between each click).
Start the auto clicker by clicking on the “Start” button or using the associated hotkey (default is F7).
GS Auto Clicker will then begin clicking at the specified coordinates at the defined interval.
Remember to use GS Auto Clicker responsibly and within the allowed boundaries of the software or game you are using it with.