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does anyone else have this problem?

AuthorMessage
Survivor
Nov 12, 2009
10
most of the time when im playing wizard101 i cant see my cursor. can some one tell me why

Squire
Jul 08, 2009
592
dragonninjamaster wrote:
most of the time when im playing wizard101 i cant see my cursor. can some one tell me why
i dont know but this happens when i log out i cant see the cursor to press the exit button so i have to shut it off and restart it :(. ( which by the the way is NOT good for your computer.)

Hero
May 27, 2009
762
I have had this problem, but I wouldn't say it's most of the time. Clicking on a card seems to resolve it. I can only tell where it is by what card enlarges as it passes over. I have no clue what causes it.

Survivor
Sep 15, 2009
31
I have this happen to me, too - but only when I have two wizards running alongside each other on the same computer. I assummed that was the reason it was happening so never thought to mention it to anyone.

Strange, isn't it?

Survivor
Nov 12, 2009
10
Willowdreamer wrote:
I have had this problem, but I wouldn't say it's most of the time. Clicking on a card seems to resolve it. I can only tell where it is by what card enlarges as it passes over. I have no clue what causes it.
thats how it is with me. i can only tell where it is when it goes over a button or card. sometimes it flashes on for like a fraction of a second then goes off again.

Survivor
Oct 11, 2009
2
I too suffer from my cursor being Absent Without Leave, also when playing 2 wizards on 2 different accounts. Often, by the time I have frantically hit numerous keys in a manic effort to choose a spell on the 2nd wizard, the opportunity has passed, leaving one of my poor Wizards red faced and her driver growling under her breath!

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