AutoCAD Map 3D General Discussion

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firsttube
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Registered: ‎09-24-2002
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Mouse cursor/Windows XP issues

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09-24-2002 10:28 PM
I'm having a problem with the mouse cursor in AutoDesk Map 5 on Windows XP Pro. As I move the mouse across the model space window I get trails that follow the cursor and remain on the screen. This occurs when I have not started a command or selected any objects. If i regen the drawing the cursors disappear, but when I move my mouse into model space it occurs again. The screen quickly becomes inundated with cross-hair mouse cursors, rendering the software very difficult to use.

Is this a known bug and are there any patches or fixes for this?

Thank you.

JAMIE
*Claypool, Jim
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Re: Mouse cursor/Windows XP issues

09-24-2002 10:32 PM in reply to: firsttube
This is a video driver problem. Get the latest video driver
for XP from your video card manufacturer.


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I'm
having a problem with the mouse cursor in AutoDesk Map 5 on Windows XP Pro. As
I move the mouse across the model space window I get trails that follow the
cursor and remain on the screen. This occurs when I have not started a command
or selected any objects. If i regen the drawing the cursors disappear, but
when I move my mouse into model space it occurs again. The screen quickly
becomes inundated with cross-hair mouse cursors, rendering the software very
difficult to use.

Is this a known bug and are there any patches or fixes for this?

Thank you.

JAMIE

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