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'''This applies to Mac OS 10.7 and MXWendler version 4.2 and above'''
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This applies to Mac OS 10.7 and MXWendler version 4.2 and above
  
''Problem:''  
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'''Problem'''
: You want to set up a mac to start mxw and display a video show fully automatically but the cursor does not disappear and is always visible.
 
  
''Solution:''  
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You want to set up a Mac to start MXW and display a video show fully automatically but the cursor does not disappear and is always visible.
: Using Apple Script with the following steps:  
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: Switch System Preferences to 32 bit  
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'''Solution'''
: Install ''Cursorcerer'' and specify a keystroke.
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: Create an apple script to do:  
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Using Apple Script with the following steps: <br>
:: Open the ''System Preferences'' and open ''Cursorcerer''
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1. Switch System Preferences to 32 bit.  <br>
:: Close ''Cursorcerer'' and ''System Preferences''
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2. Install "Cursorcerer" and specify a keystroke. <br>
:: Emulate the keystroke.
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3. Create an apple script to do:  
:: Run MXWendler
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: Open the 'System Preferences' and open 'Cursorcerer',
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: Close 'Cursorcerer' and 'System Preferences',
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: Emulate the keystroke,
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: Run MXWendler.

Latest revision as of 15:02, 1 October 2019

This applies to Mac OS 10.7 and MXWendler version 4.2 and above

Problem

You want to set up a Mac to start MXW and display a video show fully automatically but the cursor does not disappear and is always visible.

Solution

Using Apple Script with the following steps:
1. Switch System Preferences to 32 bit.
2. Install "Cursorcerer" and specify a keystroke.
3. Create an apple script to do:

Open the 'System Preferences' and open 'Cursorcerer',
Close 'Cursorcerer' and 'System Preferences',
Emulate the keystroke,
Run MXWendler.