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Windows 7: Bronze 3D Pointer Disappearance


03 Jan 2014   #1

Michigan
 
 
Bronze 3D Pointer Disappearance

Hello-
I am new here... I have downloaded a .zip file from a post here that contained the XP Cursor Package, unzipped it, and installed the Bronze 3D Pointer that I like via Control Panel. The problem is, it does NOT 'stick'. In other words, if I log off and log back on at a later time I have to go back to CP and click on it, click OK, exit and it is back- for a lil' while!
Could someone please help me out with this anomaly?... 'Tis greatly appreciated.
Have a great day-
tim

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03 Jan 2014   #2

Windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 

Hi Tim, Welcome to Seven forums.

Apparently mouse cursors must be in the "Cursors" subfolder within "Windows." If you try to use the "browse" and have them stored elsewhere it doesn't work. Hopefully, it will stay fixed.
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04 Jan 2014   #3

Michigan
 
 

Thanks, 'archer'... Yes, after I posted here, the thought crossed my mind that I should move the cursor package from current location of 'My Documents' to the root OS folder Windows.
I appreciate the response.
tim
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04 Jan 2014   #4

Windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 

So the issue is resolved?

If yes, please mark this thread as solved.
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04 Jan 2014   #5

Michigan
 
 

Yes!... TY!
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