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I had the same in Scrivener. Just don't use the 0.1 second. 0.2 and up solved my problem so far. I made the adjustments with TinkerTools http://www.bresink.com/osx/TinkerTool.html
Simple Mouse Locator I searched the App store (I was actually hoping this was something included in OSX) but this is EXACTLY what I was looking for. I looked at the other apps (but did not install). I appreciate all the help and hope that this will help some other person having similar problems.
There is also a absolutely free way to do this without any installations. Open the Accessibility in your system preference and select Display. Now you can scale the mouse pointer to the size you like. Doing it the Apple way (without some 3d party apps) Create a script as follows that will toggle your cursor size. Go to System Preferences / Universal ...
Find My Mouse Have troubles with finding Mouse(Cursor) on your screen? This app can easily locate mouse position, and help you to move cursor between multiple displays immediately by one shortcut!
Mouse Locator Highlights the cursor with a green circle upon keypress. Highly visible locator instantly reveals your mouse position. Controllable trigger time period, from 1 second to 30 minutes. Eliminates the frustrating search of your screen.
Mouseposé Mouseposè will highlight the cursor using a customisable dimming of the rest of the screen, and can zoom to the cursor's location. Of course, there are other uses as well. If you have a large screen, it helps you quickly locate the mouse pointer when you return to your work after an interruption. Visually impaired people tell us that it helps ...
Pointer Finder This app will put a circle around your cursor when you press a key.
Sometimes things go wonky in the preferences files and you need to delete them to get things working properly again. Once you restart the app, it will rebuild it's preferences. Try this: Quit Terminal completely and then delete this file: (your home folder)/Library/Preferences/com.apple.Terminal.plist Hopefully that works for you! If you can't see your ...
Keyboard Maestro can be setup to do this. I know this is a heavy weight solution for a simple task. However, if your already have KM or if you find value in it for automating other tasks, it is a great option. Here is how to set it up: Note: this is centered. The (0,0) is relative to the center of the window.
BetterTouchTool, then add a keyboard/trackpad shortcut
I am trying to figure this out as well -- it isn't just the the text selection cursor, but I think any cursor. I guess the problem is that the primary cursor doesn't disappear consistently. (It goes away when I start typing, but not while the mouse is moving.) I have 3 possibly related situations, only the last one (remote screen) has started recently: big ...
Well I swapped the USB receiver for the mouse to the other usb port and it seems to be working now but pretty erratically.
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