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RobertH

Large Cursor option dimmed in Prefs

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Hi Chris & Hugo,

 

Sorry you are still having trouble.  Please try this:  If you are on Windows, use the Programs Control Panel to Uninstall formZ.  If you are on OS X, Delete the formZ 8 folder from your Applications.  (NOTE -- this step is very important if you are still having trouble.)

 

Then reinstall from here:  http://www.formz.com/products/formz/update/formz_85_Pro.html

 

If that does not solve your problem, Quit formZ, and rename the autodessys folder.  On Windows, this is located in USER: App Data: Roaming.  On OS X, go to the Finder: Go Menu, hold down the Option key, choose Library: Preferences.  Then relaunch formZ...

 

And did you follow those steps EXACTLY?

 

And if not, if you try one more time, does that help?

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Gentlemen,

 

Oh, ok.  Sorry for the confusion.  This cursor option is for Windows only.  On OS X, you can use the

 

System Preferences -> Accessibility->Display->Cursor size slider

 

....to control the size of the cursor on a Mac.

 

Does that allow you to get what you want?

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Z, 

 

I used to do that, but it played havoc with other apps.    I will try to see if these other apps have updated since then.

 

Thanks for the confusion    ;)

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So, on the Mac,   Increasing the Cursor size in the Sys Prefs...   the cursors are not the High Resolution Cursors I was hoping for.  Unfortunately, I cannot take a screen shot, as the cursor changes.

 

It is easiest to see on the Area Pick tool  and the +/-  picks.

 

Thanks

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Hi Chris,

 

Ok, we will consider this for the future. What other programs have trouble with changing the system cursor -- and what happens there that is unwanted?

 

(And have you notified their developers of these issues?)

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Most of them look like Junk, but the real issue is Photoshop.

 

When using the larger cursor and in PS the Precision cursor,   they don't pair up.    Yes, This is a Photoshop issue, and they need to correct,  I have notified them.   800 lb gorilla is harder to pursued.

 

Thanks!

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