VNC Viewer Offset Cursor Issue - Spiceworks

I had an issue where I could not get the cursor to line up with the cursor on the remote host while using VNC. I looked at the forums off and on for about a yea.

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windows 7 - Why is my VNC cursor just a dot? - Super User

Oct 15, 2010 TightVNC has an option to change the local cursor shape to an arrow from the If you have trouble seeing a mouse cursor on a Windows 10 

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Mouse pointer position · Issue #131 · novnc/noVNC · GitHub

Feb 22, 2012 For kanaka, I think it's better if noVNC doesn't send every mouse pointer position in every mousemove event because this event is very frequent 

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Xen mouse pointer appears in the wrong position in VNC console

Jun 5, 2009 The amount of offset appears to vary as the mouse is moved around the display and can often result in parts of the desktop being unreachable 

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TightVNC: What's New in TightVNC

Java Viewer: Added support for Local Mouse Cursor Shapes: dot cursor (default), small dot.. Win32 server: Fixed a problem with one-pixel mouse offset.

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TightVNC: Manual Page for vncviewer(1)

-viewonly: Disable transfer of mouse and keyboard events from the client to the server. Using cursor shape updates decreases delays with remote cursor 

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#2306 (where mouse is drawn on guest does not match mouse

With *some* guest screen resolutions (not all) the mouse seems to be drawn in the wrong. I apparently run into the same problem of mouse pointer offset.

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[SOLVED] Mouse Pointer Offset - Ubuntu Forums

I have plugged in a mouse and confirmed that the offset exists on the TV screen as well, so it does not appear to be a VNC issue.

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[Qemu-devel] Mouse cursor position is un-matched when I use

Jul 18, 2011 When I move the mouse slowly, the mouse cursor in QEMU moves slower than it (uint8_t *)run + run->io.data_offset, run->io.direction, run->io.size, client to connect WinXP (with TightVNC server) installed in VirtualBox.

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Show remote cursor on client that is connected to x11vnc server

Dec 27, 2014 I have had no luck with getting a cursor to show up in the vncviewer provided by TigerVNC 1.3.1, but the vncviewer from TightVNC 1.3.10 does 

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VNC Snapshot

VNC Snapshot is derived from Tight VNC [www.tightvnc.com] and Real VNC -nocursor, Attempt to include, or exclude, the mouse cursor from the snapshot. -rect wxh+x+y, Save a sub-rectangle of the screen, width w height h offset from the 

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[Qemu-devel] Mouse cursor position is un - GNU mailing lists

Jul 18, 2011 When I move the mouse slowly, the mouse cursor in QEMU moves slower than it (uint8_t *)run + run->io.data_offset, run->io.direction, run->io.size, client to connect WinXP (with TightVNC server) installed in VirtualBox.

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Docs | VNC Viewer parameter reference | RealVNC

By default, VNC Viewer displays a dot cursor in this circumstance If a connected user moves the VNC Viewer computer's mouse cursor out of the window 

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