How Fast Can You Butterfly Click?

Butterfly Click Test – Clicks Per Second

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Butterfly Click Test

Butterfly clicking, while less known than jitter clicking, offers a unique approach to increasing your clicks per second (CPS) without sacrificing accuracy.

However, like any repetitive motion, it’s essential to approach butterfly clicking with caution to avoid repetitive strain injuries (RSIs).

Here’s a closer look at butterfly clicking, emphasizing the importance of health and precision over merely chasing high CPS scores.

  • Warm up: Stretch your hands and wrists before attempting jitter clicking to avoid injury.
  • Proper Positioning: Sit comfortably and ensure your mouse is at a height where your wrist can remain straight. This reduces strain on your wrist and forearm.
  • Relaxed Grip: Avoid gripping the mouse too tightly. A relaxed grip with your fingers poised for clicking helps reduce strain.
  • Alternate Fingers: The essence of butterfly clicking is to use two fingers alternately. This not only increases CPS but also distributes the workload between fingers, reducing the risk of fatigue and injury.
  • Practice: Start slow and gradually increase speed while focusing on control and accuracy.
  • Take Breaks: Regular breaks are crucial. Every 10-15 minutes, pause to stretch your hands and fingers, giving your muscles and tendons a rest.

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