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Wobbly Cursor in Bootcamp Windows?


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sleepyjohn

 
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Yeah I get a slightly wobbly cursor in Bootcamp Windows, and it can be a bit of a pain (not pane!).

I seem to remember there's a really easy way to make this better, but if I can remember how.

Anyone know?
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