I imported a large OPML file to a Feedly (a RSS/source aggregator web service), and the import got messed up. I now need to delete the entries on their website using Google Chrome, but there is no way to bulk delete.
Instead of manually clicking almost a thousand times, I'd like to quickly automate a Left-Mouse Click and loop it for as many times.
The reason I'm stating my specific use-case is because I am unlikely to ever use this particular automation again. I need a quick and dirty solution.
What is indeed the fastest and easiest way to record and repeatedly perform a mouse-automation tasks, in macOS Sierra?
I took a stab at macOS Automator's Watch Me Do but really didn't get it to work with Chrome as it seems to interpret Left-Mouse clicks as "Drag the scroll thumb in the scroll area" (??)1.
I also investigated some third-party options like Keyboard Maestro and Murgaa (not endorsing any of these, nor have I tried them), as well as some scripting alternatives like CliClick but I must admit that learning how to script with these utilities feels a bit cumbersome right now.
I'm preferably looking for a reliable, and free, Mouse/Click Automator circa 2017 with a GUI. Is there something like that which is recommendable? Or should I tinker more with Automator or something else?
1I've added Automator to the macOS Accessibility settings.