Just my thoughts....
Solved Until SD Fixes It
Published on January 11, 2014 By RedneckDude In

Guys, I'm running Windows 8.1 Pro and CursorFX Plus 2.11.

CFX runs fine, but on the desktop, when I touch the screen, rather than use the mouse, the cursor ceases to be skinned, and the only way to get it skinned again is to reapply a skin with CFX.

 

This is an AIO Dell Inspiron One Desktop PC.

4 GB Ram, Pentium Dual Core E5400.

 

Since Windows 8 and touchscreens are becoming more and more widely used, I assume this shouldn't be happening?

 


Comments
on Jan 12, 2014

CursorFX wasn't "officially" embellish for Win 8 yet,any contingency does occur. 

 System Requirements

on Jan 12, 2014

The page does say that CFX isn't compatible. But on my main rig, 8.1, without touch, CFX works fine 100%.

 

One can wish.....

on Jan 12, 2014

Workaround: Control+Shift+C to toggle the default (which it has already reverted to), then again to apply the skinned cursor.

on Jan 12, 2014

Wiz, that works fine, thanks h8r boy!! 

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