This is a program designed to flash a color on and off rapidly. You can use this to attempt to unstick a pixel by flashing the stuck pixel for several hours (results not guaranteed).
The flashing window (it's 5x5 pixels) can be dragged with the mouse.
This program was mostly influenced by UDPixel, created to address some of its shortcomings (specifically the missing tray icon when minimized).
To run px.wlua, you'll need:
On Windows, you can get all this and more by installing Lua for Windows.
Outside of Windows, check your local package manager (which will most likely have packages for Lua) and/or Sourceforge (there are some good tips out there for setting up the IUP library files you can get from Sourceforge if you search for them).
Report issues or suggest new features using the issue tracker.
This program is distributed under the terms of the MIT license.