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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of left-click.
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It has a list of actions it can take, like right-clicks or left-clicks, or moving the cursor; it has access to the information displayed on-screen; and it has some way of gauging its success, like whether the software has been installed or whether it wins the game.
The missed mouse click issues went away with the introduction of the trails, though on rare occasions I think the transparent GUI fails to unload and because nothing responds to left-clicks until I right-click again - but it's not a problem ...
Those require right-clicks, not left-clicks for interactions.