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Hey, i was wondering, is there any way to simulate the left click of the mouse for the usb rubber ducky. I know there is the right (shift f10), but is there one for the left?? That way i could do a payload that likes all photos on instragram via android, it would be cool.

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  • 10 months later...

Though this post has been dead for a year, I have needs of reviving it.

I'm trying to make a super simple script that allows you to left click at ducky speeds. I think I know how to make this payload, but my biggest issue is trying to find the syntax for the left click button on the mouse. I've searched for a few hours now both on google and this forum with no luck. Does anyone know how to simulate a left click of a mouse or have some simple syntax for it? I plan on using on Windows 8.1. But I assume my payload design should work on most any windows OS without an issue. Here's an Idea of what I planned the payload to looks like.

REM ######################

REM # Mass left click spam #

REM # Author: NamekianUnix #

REM ######################

DELAY 3000

STRING *Insert Left Click Syntax Here*

REPEAT 1000

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The Ducky does not have the ability to simulate mouse events, only keyboard events. If you absolutely need to simulate a mouse you could get a Teensy (I would recommend the 3.1) and it can do mouse and keyboard.

EDIT:

You could just try "TAB"ing to the object then pressing space, this should work the same as a single left click.

Edited by Sildaekar
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Thank you for your quick response!

The Ducky does not have the ability to simulate mouse events, only keyboard events.

"If it quacks like a keyboard"... 0_0 It's all coming together now!

If you absolutely need to simulate a mouse you could get a Teensy (I would recommend the 3.1) and it can do mouse and keyboard.

Thank you very much, I'll definitely look into that. *EDIT* And I like what I see: https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/

You could just try "TAB"ing to the object then pressing space, this should work the same as a single left click.

I will try that also. Once again, thank you for your quick response!

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