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Mouse cursor disappears

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    Mouse cursor disappears

    I have a usb mouse connected and it works great, however when I play a full screen video via hdmi on my tv the mouse cursor disappears. I cannot see the cursor, but if I drag the invisible cursor to the bottom left of the screen and click, I can back out of the video. Does anyone else have this problem? I would like to be able to have better control of the videos via the mouse.

    This happens in every media player I have tried and netflix. It has happened both on ics and jb.

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    don't want it!
    i have had this exact thing happen on my logitech mouse (wireless on pc) and had to delve into the mouse settings.
    found it was set to disappear by design...
    might want to start there.

    oh... welcome to the forum!

    if that fails you might want to try a soft reboot: hold volume up and power simultaneously until device reboots then release. this has been know to cure a host of problems.
    Last edited by soulstlr; 08-07-2012 at 12:26 PM.

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    Thanks for the welcome. There are no settings on the xoom for mouse cursor other than speed. It may just be the way it works, but I was wondering if it happens to anyone else.

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    That's just the way it behaves. The cursor disappears after inactivity or full screen video.


 

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