[SOLVED] Windows 7 mouse cursor alignment in VNC console when

2 Oct 2013 With Windows 7 VM, I have a problem with mouse cursor alignment in VNC console. To solve this problem, I must necessarily activate the tablet option.
Source: forum.proxmox.com

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

15 Oct 2010 In VNC Viewer connection options, under mouse and keyboard settings, check the radio button for "Track remote cursor locally". It sounds I had the same problem with UltraVNC, so I tried TightVNC. TightVNC has an option to change the local cursor shape to an arrow from the small circle/dot. I could not 
Source: superuser.com

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

22 Feb 2012 I'm using OpenNebula Sunstone on openSUSE 12.1 using browser chrome 16 and firefox 10. I created guest hosts running Debian 6 and windows XP. The problem annoying me is the cursor position of local mouse and remote mouse (in guest hosts) are not the same position. It's very annoying because if 
Source: github.com

UltraVNC • View topic [solved] Remote cursor shown at wrong

19 Mar 2010 Server (x64) and viewer (win32) are both version The server is running on Windows 7 (64bit) with a 1920x1080 screen, the viewer on a Windows XP (32bit) with a 1400x1050 screen. The mouse cursors, local and remote, are shown correctly at the same position for the Windows 7 desktop.
Source: forum.ultravnc.info

Xen mouse pointer appears in the wrong position in VNC console

5 Jun 2009 After installing a Xen domainU guest with a graphical desktop (such as Windows) the mouse pointer appears to lag behind the small dot indicating the current position in the window. The amount of offset appears to vary as the mouse is moved around the display and can often result in parts of the desktop 
Source: www.virtuatopia.com

TightVNC: What's New in TightVNC

Java Viewer: Added support for Local Mouse Cursor Shapes: dot cursor (default), small dot cursor, system default cursor, no cursor. Java Viewer: Viewport zoom property is now saved with connection history options. Java Viewer: Fixed hang-up on connecting to an out-of-range port number. Java Viewer: Fixed the width of 
Source: www.tightvnc.com

[SOLVED] Mouse Pointer Offset Ubuntu Forums

21 Feb 2016 Sometime within the last 6 months or so, my system seems to have developed a misalignment between the actual mouse pointer location and what is shown on screen. I've searched around and tried the below, but so far no luck. I have a TV connected to this machine, but my primary means of accessing it 
Source: ubuntuforums.org

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

I apparently run into the same problem of mouse pointer offset. I have a Win7-64bit host, running latest VirtualBox (4.1.16). I installed Fedora 17 using a dual monitor setup. When F17 starts, both monitors show the same image, and the mouse is ok. Then I use xrandr to setup the 2 monitors: xrandr-output VBOX1-right-of 
Source: www.virtualbox.org

Mouse Cursor offset by a few milimeters on external display

17 Feb 2016 I am using Citrix Receiver. The mouse cursor is a few millimeters offset when Citrix is displayed on an external monitor. There is no such offset on the Mac
Source: discussions.citrix.com

Show remote cursor on client that is connected to x11vnc server

27 Dec 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 show a cursor. Running. x11vnccursor nonedisplay :0. on the server and. vncviewerviewonly -fullscreenx11cursor computer0:5900. on the client results in the 
Source: unix.stackexchange.com

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

18 Jul 2011 Hi, I installed WinXP in QEMU (with KVM enabled), now I used a VNC client (AndroidVNC, which is modified from TightVNC client) to connect QEMU via VNC mode. All works fine except for the mouse position is un-matched. When I move the mouse slowly, the mouse cursor in QEMU moves slower than it 
Source: lists.nongnu.org

VNC Snapshot

-cursornocursor, Attempt to include, or exclude, the mouse cursor from the snapshot. Currently, this works only when the remote server is TightVNC 1.2.7 or later. Other servers do notrect wxh+x+y, Save a sub-rectangle of the screen, width w height h offset from the left by x and the top by y. A negative number for x or y 
Source: vncsnapshot.sourceforge.net