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    Question Possible Screen Saver Bug?
    I was just wondering if anyone else here that's running Tiger on their Powerbooks has this problem....whenever my screen-saver activates, either by hot corners or set idle time, my mouse cursor remains visible on the screen...At first i thought it was a bug with some third-party screen-savers, but it happens with Apple's screen-savers as well...

    If this is a known problem & has a fix..Please show me where to get 411 on it... Thanks

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    inflexion's Avatar
    Member Since
    Jan 12, 2005
    12" 1Ghz PB 768Mb 10.4.5 30Gb Video iPod 40Gb 3G iPod 1Gb iPod Shuffle
    no it dont do it on my PB but does it when i play Spiderman2 which is annoying

    Apple, think different

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    iNAP's Avatar
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    Apr 20, 2005
    Do not have a powerbook but it doesn't stay on my iMac.Till I move the mouse I do not see it
    I started using PS from finding this forum and all the help I have gotten here thru the years is immeasurable
    thank you MacForums and all it's members

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    DCraver's Avatar
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    Aug 23, 2005
    Sacramento, CA
    iMac G5
    Yeah fine with me. Maybe something's wrong with it! Ooooo! If it bothers you that much, you could probably just take it to the Apple Store?

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