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    Default CURSOR

    Hi.
    Could some tell why my cusor moves very very slowly

    Thanks Mr. M. Holt

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    Default RE: CURSOR

    what are your system specs?
    that becomes even more important when you are using a screenshot capture utility , as you stated in the other thread

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    Default RE: CURSOR

    Since you didn't provide much information, I can only speculate. I have observed slow, jerky cursor movements when I have the display parameters set too high for my system to handle. The frame rates drop to around 3 or so and the cursor only moves as the frames are repainted.

    Try using a lower screen resoluton and unchecking boxes for things like shadows, dynamic shadows, etc. Also reduce the visibility setting.

    The ultimate solution is to put more horsepower under the hood! (e.g. upgrade your computer)

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    Default RE: CURSOR

    Another reason can be if you have another program running in the background. Check in Task Manager to see what else is running before firing up MSTS and claose as much down as possible.

    Bill


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