As the title, my cursor's crosshair has changed to a blck colour making it impossible to see.
I have tried using key in: set xor to change the colour but it does nothing.
PGPfleuger called in and we checked the above suggestions - still same issue. What was found though is that when the User looks at the file projected onto a monitor screen (monitor Acer 22 - docking Lighting port), that is when the issue occurs. When looking at the screen of the laptop (still docked), HP ZBook 17G3Window10.0.16299NVida Driver - Quarto M3000M - there is no issue.
You are correct. I have this issue running Microstation on laptop but displaying it on large screens. The monitor screens can be nudged back to working properly by selecting the copy view command on the laptop. Cursor will go back to being white on big screens as well. Don't know how long it lasts but this has worked for me.
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When I close the laptop - the problem returns on the big screen.
Cannot run with the laptop slightly open as it badly affects the graphics on the large screens.
Is there a proper solution to this problem ?
I have found one it may not be liked, but has worked every time I try it.
Change the cursor size from 1 to 2 makes a funky larger mouse pointer
but the cursor stays working on the LG monitor
When not running microstation you can put it back to a 1. I am trying to figure out a short cut to switch it 1 to 2 and 2 to 1. We need a programmer person to figure this one out. I am refering to the Windows 10. Never had the problem in 7.
Version: MicroStation V8i SS 10
RJB Phillips III (Richard) Praise the Lord for His Mercy and grace in Christ Jesus
That worked for me, Thank you