Captain Morgan 7 Mai, 2013 às 13:40
Two Mouse Cursors showing in Skyrim after tabALT WINDOWS 8
hey guys cant seem to find a fix that works for me o.o
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invishiro 7 Mai, 2013 às 13:45 
This happens to me too. I haven't looked for a fix really, but saving and restarting works for me. BTW I'm on Windows 7, so I don't think that has anything to do with it.
Captain Morgan 7 Mai, 2013 às 13:47 
hmm would be really nice to get a fix though o.o sucks doesnt it ?
invishiro 7 Mai, 2013 às 13:50 
Yeah, I have a temporary workaround, because I have two monitors, so I just sortof try to get the Windows cursor over onto the other monitor. Every once in a while I have to hit tab and swipe to the right a couple times, then continue :)

and also to strafe clockwise around people instead of counterclockwise :X
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ArashiK7 7 Mai, 2013 às 13:51 
just press esc before alt tab... but i hate when the game minimize itselfs sometimes...
Captain Morgan 7 Mai, 2013 às 13:51 
oh ok ill try this , is there no official fix ?
invishiro 7 Mai, 2013 às 13:52 
Originalmente postado por StormK7:
just press esc before alt tab... but i hate when the game minimize itselfs sometimes...

Hmm, I'll have to try that.
Altbert 7 Mai, 2013 às 13:58 
You can run Skyrim in windowed and non-windowed mode. Does this have anything to do with it? I play Skyrim non-windowed and have the same problem and therefore never use alt-tab.
Captain Morgan 7 Mai, 2013 às 14:05 
when i run the game windowed regardless of settings, the actual skyrim window never actualy fits my screen , and i just cannot play like that ^^ any soloutions for that ?
invishiro 7 Mai, 2013 às 14:08 
Originalmente postado por Altbert:
You can run Skyrim in windowed and non-windowed mode. Does this have anything to do with it? I play Skyrim non-windowed and have the same problem and therefore never use alt-tab.

I too am non-windowed. I just get around it by avoiding alt+tabbing if I can help it.
Captain Morgan 7 Mai, 2013 às 14:11 
Originalmente postado por StormK7:
just press esc before alt tab... but i hate when the game minimize itselfs sometimes...

worked a treat
invishiro 7 Mai, 2013 às 14:17 
Originalmente postado por Rowland:
Originalmente postado por StormK7:
just press esc before alt tab... but i hate when the game minimize itselfs sometimes...

worked a treat

great! I'm hoping it'll work for me later. Thanks for starting this topic! Thanks Stormk7 for the tip!
ArashiK7 7 Mai, 2013 às 14:30 
you're welcome, i use windows 8 and when the game minimize itselfs i press esc and alt tab again, if that don't work i press f5 to quick save and than reopen the game :S
Altbert 7 Mai, 2013 às 14:36 
I don't use Win8, but hope it will work for Win7 as well. Thanks!
|Xвпп| Witt 7 Mai, 2013 às 19:20 
Nexus Mods has a fix for this in their "Utilities" section, but I think it doesn't work since Skyrim's latest patch.

It is an annoying problem.

One thing I use is "Game Companion" to put Skyrim in Fake Fullscreen mode. I can alt-tab without the mouse pointer glitch, and I can switch from game to desktop and back again, instantly. Plus, the fake fullscreen mode doubles as a stutter remover, working around the 64 hz glitch. =)

Head over to NEW VEGAS nexus (works on just about any game) and search for "Game Companion", unzip to whatever permanent directory you want it in. (When you run it the first time it puts a registry entry in your win reg so it starts when you boot up) Then set up Skyrim to run in windowed mode and set the resolution to the same as your desktop. You may need to add the filename of the Skyrim executable into the Game Companion .ini file too. Instructions come with it, it's really easy to set up and works wonders.

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DiGiTaL CLeaNeR 7 Mai, 2013 às 20:34 
Before you alt-tab, hit escape, to the save menu, then shift+tab to the steam area, then alt-tab out. Then you won't get that issue with the double cursor.

This mostly is a dual monitor thing. There are some free dual monitor programs that can help with this. But I dont use them anymore and my formentioned technique works great.
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