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I'm looking for a program similar to ghost mouse for linux. I need something that will record and replay my mouse movements. I have a very long and repetitive task ...
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    I'm looking for a program similar to ghost mouse for linux. I need something that will record and replay my mouse movements. I have a very long and repetitive task that I need to do and this would make my life a thousand times easier.

    Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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    I don't know for sure if thius may be what you are looking for, but it may be worth a look see.

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    This might be a option also

    Download Gerd 0.0.3 for Linux - Gerd (GTK Event Recorder) is a GTK module that enables the user of arbitrary GTK programs to record and play back events. - Softpedia

    I don't use any of these apps so I won't be much help in telling you how to use them. Maybe somebody else will jump in and give you what you're looking for.
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    Thanks, but its not what I'm looking for. I need something that will repeat the actions not just record them.

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    Gerd might be what I'm looking for. How do I instal it?

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    I wanted to say that Ghost mouse works perfectly with Ubuntu 9.10 + Wine

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