Knowledgebase: CursorFX
The cursor is invisible after using CursorFX
Posted by Anthony Towler (Import) on 17 February 2010 11:00 PM

Try uninstalling CursorFX, set your cursor back to the default(through the Windows control panel if necessary), and reboot your PC. Then try reinstalling CursorFX to see if the issue persists.

You can also try using the keyboard shortcut, Crtl+Shift+C, to temporarily disable CursorFX.


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