Difference between revisions of "Mac and Cursor"

From MXWendler Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
(Created page with "'''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 t...")
 
 
(4 intermediate revisions by 2 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
'''This applies to Mac OS 10.7 and MXWendler version 4.2 and above'''
+
This applies to Mac OS 10.7 and MXWendler version 4.2 and above
  
''Problem:''  
+
'''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:''  
+
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:  
+
 
* a) Switch System Preferences to 32 bit.  
+
'''Solution'''
* b) Install Cursorcerer and specify a keystroke.  
+
 
* c) Create an apple script to do:  
+
Using Apple Script with the following steps: <br>
** 1.- Open the System Preferences and open Cursorcerer.
+
1. Switch System Preferences to 32 bit. <br>
** 2.- Close Cursorcerer and System Preferences.
+
2. Install "Cursorcerer" and specify a keystroke. <br>
** 3.- Emulate the keystroke.
+
3. Create an apple script to do:  
** 4.- Run MXW.
+
: Open the 'System Preferences' and open 'Cursorcerer',
 +
: Close 'Cursorcerer' and 'System Preferences',
 +
: Emulate the keystroke,
 +
: 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.