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  • Robo Brush

    Works with a handful a programs at the moment. Free (beta) at the this time. Oscar (Mediachance) just released it (hinted about it for a few months now). Click here for the discussion thread. It's not very fast (warning). Haven't toyed with it yet; just know a few things about it from the discussion thread.

    http://mediachance.com/robobrush/
    Last edited by lkroll; 04-27-2017, 09:10 PM. Reason: Changed title

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