Hello archers, ever since I used the Catalyst proprietary driver on my ATI Radeon HD5770 my mouse cursor keeps corrupting all the time. There is nothing in the logs and I wonder if there is any known fix to this problem. Here's a picture of how it looks. I am also using 2 screens and when I move the cursor to my other screen the cursor suddenly changes to its normal form.
Does anyone else have the issue with the latest Enlightenment-Git build from AUR causing the mouse pointer to be the "default" (or non-E) pointer for the first minute or two of logging into Enlightenment?
hi allI am having a problem with the Touchpad's Cursor , it's not about acceleration or speed , it's about the Cursor itself.for example : when I wanna close the Chromium web browser I wanna move the Cursor the the X button when I do that the Cursor move little bit further the X .it's really annoying , I have tried to adjust the sensitivity but didn't get the result I want
I am using GNOME 3 and have configured an X cursor theme using gnome-tweak-tool. However, the default X cursor theme shows whenever I have the cursor inside a Java or Qt application. Gtk2/Gtk3 applications all use the correct cursor.How do I configure the X cursor to be used for Qt or Java applications?
slim-cursor https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/slim-cursor/slim-plus https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/slim-plus/ar outdated, no vanilla and poorly documented clones of slim in repo
Many of these patch applied now are in upstream
Could be possible to merge votes in slim-git
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/slim-gitor simply delete slim-cursor and slim-plus
HelloI'd like the x- and y-axis of a trackball (Lenovo N5901 wireless mini keyboard) to act as cursor-keys (the way the trackballs of the Google G1 or Blackberries work).I only found the X/YAxisMapping of the evdev driver, but can't map a keyboard key to a mouse-axis.How can i accomplish this?Greetings