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Depending on when your product was purchased, and what version you have installed, there could be 1 of 2 different ways to activate the product. The newer style (as shown in image 1) is what is now used. The legacy style, shown in image 2 below, was the m...
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The best place is the CursorFX library on WinCustomize: http://www.wincustomize.com/explore/cursorfx [1] Links: ------ [1] http://www.wincustomize.com/explore/cursorfx
Most problems with CursorFX can be attributed to a bad theme. Try removing or moving the themes from the following location: Vista78: C:UsersPublicDocumentsStardockCursorFXThemes XP: C:Documents and SettingsAll UsersDocumentsStardockCursorFXThemes Once ...
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, ...
CursorXP themes are compatible with CursorFX, you just need to move the themes to the following folder: Vista78: C:UsersPublicDocumentsStardockCursorFXThemes XP: C:Documents and SettingsAll UsersDocumentsStardockCursorFXThemes Once you move the old them...
Press Ctrl+Shift+C to disable CursorFX and repeat whatever isn't working. If that does not help, try uninstalling CursorFX, set your cursor back to the default(through the Windows control panel if necessary), and reboot your PC. If it still isn't work...
Check to see if you have the following folder on your computer: C:Themes If you do, try renaming or deleting it. The installation should work then. **** If this does not resolve the issue, please contact support: Submit a ticket [http://esupport.sta...