Maybe bug?

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  • #14324

    SekaiChi
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    I tried this graphical example on my friends MacOS and it if you happen to have an enlarged mousepointer (Settings/Accessibility/Display/Cursorsize) then you get a blinking grey rectangle flashing underneath the Mousepointer.

    I don’t know if this is Monkey2 related or OS related but, there it is.
    Sorry about the fact that I couldn’t take a screenshot of it because it always takes the picture when the rectangle is out of the picture.

    #14378

    AdamStrange
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    What version of Monkey are you using and also what MacOS version.

    Tested with V1.1.05 and High Sierra and it works no problem here

    #14379

    Jesse
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    Works fine here as well. 2013 MacBook Air, OS Sierra and the latest Monkey 2.

    #14380

    SekaiChi
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    It works well here too without enlarged pointer I might need to say.

    Could you please enlarge it to max (or midsize, anything than original size really) and try it? You do that in System Preferences / Accessibility / Cursor size

    #14386

    Jesse
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    Dude, I know how to read. Thats what I did and it worked fine. I tried it max size medium and small it worked fine with all.

    #14387

    AdamStrange
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    me too. enlarged pointer no problem

    #14388

    SekaiChi
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    Okay so my friend reinstalled MacOS and he still got the same effect, I don’t know what to do now.

    #14390

    SekaiChi
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    I said what everyone said here and I added that it was probably the old model so he got down and bought a Apple iMac 27″ 5k Retina, lo and behold, it now WORKS!

    Thanks so much for trying things out 🙂

    #14394

    AdamStrange
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    what was the old hardware he was trying to run it on?

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