No it's a once only command then exits.
Originally Posted by Jeff2013
Doesn't change any settings.
eg test in terminal.
Open a terminal and copy and paste in this command(dont press enter yet)...
The sleep command is just to delay the running of the command for three seconds
sleep 3 && xdotool click --repeat 3 1
so you can see it happening.
Manually click three times on the command you just pasted in the terminal
and you will notice it highlights the line.
Click again once so it is not highlighted then press enter while keeping the mouse hovered over the command line.
After 3 secs the line should now be highlighted again due to the 3 simulated mouse clicks
and the terminal returns to the command prompt.
The command prompt is what you first see when opening a new terminal.
eg for me it is...
I have been playing around with easystroke and have been able to set
the xdotool command to be initiated when button one is released only in
a specific window.
You could also use a script to toggle easystroke on/off.
button1 is only changed to three clicks when easystroke is running.
Not sure how easystroke works in the desktop enviroment your using.
Give easystroke a test and if what I've explained is what you want I can help you set it up.