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Just as the title says, I can drag my mouse over to my secondary monitor while playing some games. Not all games. For example, I am currently playing GTA 3 (practicing for a speedrun which makes everything 5x annoying) and I when I drag too far to the left, my cursor is showing on the other screen, but I am still in control of the camera ingame. If I then click, the game minimizes. Yes, I am running the game in fullscreen.

I have this problem when playing borderless (windowed fullscreen) in League of Legends aswell. But when I switch to "normal" fullscreen, it's fine.

I am also running Win7 64bit if that's any help. Does anyone know how to fix this problem?

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the only way to fix is for the game to lock on the cursor to the monitor on which it is being projected –  Sathya Aug 6 '13 at 17:45
    
Anyway I can do that? 'Cause the game doesn't seem to. –  Xade Aug 6 '13 at 17:47
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You can simply disable the second monitor if you want to avoid a software fix. But programs should handle this on their own if they don't its a bug. –  Ramhound Aug 6 '13 at 18:08
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It's really up to the game devs to implement the cursor lock so that the cursor doesn't go out of the current window - although you can use tools like Actual Multiple Monitors to lock the cursor to the current monitor.

I've used that feature succesfully quite a few times, so it should work.

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