Move the mouse and press a key (in a loop) so that your computer doesn't go to sleep. Useful in a Corporate environment where machines are configured by admins to go to sleep or lockout after 15 minutes of inactivity.
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What is MiCi?

The Name

MiCi stands for Move-it-Click-it! Yeah, I'm not very creative when it comes to naming things. I pronounce is mee-see, but if you're of the Italian (and some Latin) varieties perhaps you'd like to say mee-chee.

The Purpose

MiCi's sole purpose is to create some interaction with your desktop so that your OS doesn't put it to sleep.

Usage

MiCi depends on Java 1.4+, which most OSes will come with today. You can get a list of available options by running:

run_mici -h

or, on Windows:

run_mici.bat -h

You can download the latest MiCi from the Downloads page, or build it yourself (see below).

Building

Building MiCi is simple, just run the create_versioned_app script (*nix only, unless someone else will submit a Windows batch file for this).

Contributing

Fork the project and send me a pull request. I don't expect to be doing anything fancy with this.