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Is there any configuration on WindowMaker to hide the mouse cursor after some seconds?

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I am not sure what you are asking and in what context - some more info would be welcome.

Maybe the following thread is related : Hide mouse cursor/change cursor location?

I have spent hours for finding a solution to hide a cursor in kiosk-purpose CentOS 5.5 + WindowMaker-0.92. Finally I found it so I like to share:

  1. install unclutter from EPEL repository (unclutter-8-2.el5.i386 in my case)
  2. edit ~/GNUstep/Library/WindowMaker/autostart and add

    unclutter -display :0 -root -idle 1 &

(without specifying -root, cursor hides only in programs, not in window manager, -idle xx means number of seconds of mouse inactivity before cursor hides)

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It's just that! I'll try it when I back to work (in 3 days), but looks like it's a solution. More details? I'm using WMaker in a embeded system, and I would like my mouse cursor to hide after a few seconds, it's just that.. – Tom Brito Mar 8 '11 at 2:05

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