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OS 10.4 - Disappearing cursor


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When I log out of a user name, my mouse cursor disappears. Mind you, it's still there, just invisible, I can see things highlight when I mouse over them. However it's ONLY when I log out, if I simply switch users, there's no problems. What's going on??

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