No cursor in Ubuntu
When starting up Ubuntu, the mouse pointer is not visible by default. It appears only after the system detects that the user moves the mouse. So if you move a physical mouse, the cursor shows up immediately. However, using only Unified Remote, the mouse movement commands the App sends, don't make the cursor visible in Ubuntu, so you never know where your pointer is, and this way it is pretty hard to control your computer remotely.
Any info on this? Is it confirmed?
Mesa del Capitan 00
same problem any advice?
Sergio Eixarch Miralles 00
same problem, please fix it
This is a long shot, but maybe the cursor can be triggered by a "mouse move" first. I've made a one button remote that will toggle mouse position between mid-left/mid-right of monitor, try it and see if it works to show cursor on after startup.
local ms = libs.mouse; -- @help move mouse Ubuntu actions.move_mouse_ubuntu = function() x,y = ms.position(); if (x == 500) then ms.moveto(1300,500); else ms.moveto(500,500); end end
Edit: I am on Windows 7 so I can't test, but do any of the solutions here work? If so I could write those into remote..
Possible duplicate of this bug? http://community.unifiedremote.com/topic/674/no-mouse-cursor-on-fedora-25
Has anyone tried @nathan323's suggestion?
I have the same problem. Wanted to try the solution above but get "An error while loading the archive" so didn't get that far. @nathan323
Answer here seems to work though...