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I have a problem in chrome. Whenever I launch developer tool in chrome it changes the cursor and closing it returns to the default pointer like cursor.

I am not getting what changes caused it and how can I can revert back?


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In Chrome Developer Tools, in the lower right corner click on the gear icon. That will open dev tools settings screen. Uncheck Emulate touch events parameter there and you'll get your normal cursor back.

Update: It seems like newer version of Chrome(at least my 33 beta) hid that option even deeper. From the developer tools show the console by pressing Esc then switch to Emulation tab and then Sensors sub-menu. From there make sure Emulate touch events is unchecked.

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The Emulate touch events is no longer there. Does anyone know how to turn this off in the current version of Chrome? – Nelu Malancea Jan 16 '14 at 22:03
@NeluMalancea see my updated instructions. – Mxx Jan 16 '14 at 22:57

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