Q67341: Trail of Multiple Cursors in Desqview 386
Article: Q67341 Product(s): See article Version(s): 1.00 Operating System(s): MS-DOS Keyword(s): ENDUSER | cursors trail mouse port setup | mspl13_basic Last Modified: 13-JAN-1991 If the Microsoft Serial Mouse is connected to a mouse port in a PS/2 style machine, you may see a trail of red cursors inside the windows of Desqview 386 when you use QEMM 5.0. This is not a problem with the mouse. This problem occurs if you have selected "serial" in the port selection for the mouse when you set up Desqview. If you select "add-on board" for the mouse port selection in the Desqview Setup program, the mouse cursor will display normally. Note: This problem will not occur if the mouse is connected to the serial port.
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