Automatically Perform Repetitive Tasks with Mouse Strokes

Satyam Jani, Product Manager Software Division
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Mice. These ubiquitous yet powerful devices can increase user productivity when used efficiently. Mouse Strokes allow users to perform common and repetitive tasks with simple mouse movements. This is especially convenient when using today’s popular dual or multiple screens that require a fair amount of mouse movement - particularly when using tools menus. Mouse strokes allow users to perform different operations anywhere on the screen without accessing the menus.


Related Application Note: Mouse Strokes
Related YouTube Video: Mouse Strokes in Active-HDL

Satyam manages Aldec’s leading FPGA design entry and simulation tool – Active-HDL. He received his B.S. in Electronics Engineering from Sardar Patel University, India in 2003 and M.S in Electrical Engineering from NJIT, New Jersey in 2005.  His practical engineering experience includes areas in Solid state electronics, Digital Designing and functional verification. He has worked in wide range of engineering positions that include FPGA Design Engineer, Applications Engineer and Product Manager.

  • Products:
  • Active-HDL
  • FPGA Design Simulation


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