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Cursor problem on chromebook

PostPosted: Thu Jun 22, 2017 8:27 pm
by Reichstein
So I installed ExaGear Windows emulator on my Chromebook Plus recently and I'm having a strange mouse cursor problem that is effecting serveral applications, basically making them unusable.

What happens is that the mouse cursor in the windows application does not follow the chromebook cursor. It behaves as if it is being controlled by virtual stick that covers the screen.

So when you move the chromebook cursor to the right a little (from the center of the screen), the windows application cursor will be flung rapidly to the right screen edge, usualy into a corner.
The cursor then mostly stays around the screen edge, if you move the chromebook cursor past the center of the screen the windows cursor will rapidly move to the other side.
Also if you stop moving the chrome cursor, the windows apps cursor will stop.

It seems that the windows cursor is being controled by the chromebook cursor's distance and direction from the center of the application window, but only while the chrome cursor is moving.

There is a sort of sweet spot in the middle where you can kinda control the cursor. But it's a bit like trying to direct your pointer with a joystick with the sensitivity set way too high, while drunk.

It's very odd.

So far I have had this issue in Fallout 1 & 2, and LiquidWars 5.4.
Diablo II and Heroes of Might and Magic III work fine though, so I'm not sure what the cause is.

Re: Cursor problem on chromebook

PostPosted: Sat Jul 01, 2017 11:23 pm
by Reichstein
Can anyone confirm this issue?

Still waiting on support to reply to this thread as they said they would.

Re: Cursor problem on chromebook

PostPosted: Fri Aug 18, 2017 6:09 am
by Reichstein

Come on eltechs, reply already, this is getting ridiculous.

Why tell me you are going to read my post and respond "shortly" if you are just going to ignore it?

A $40 mobile application should have some kind of support when the app does not work as it should.