This is a function of the video display update. (NOTE: It is possible that this is enabled in the Mouse properties Control Panel applet, but then you would see mouse trails always)) One option is to use Alt-C to disable the magnified cursor displayed in The Magnifier window, but I don't think that will affect what you are describing. Another option may be to reduce the magnification, or use the windowed mode (not full screen). You can go into Windows Control Panel | Display Properties | Settings and try different resolutions or color depths (e.g. 16-bit color vs. 24-bit color, etc.) and you may find a setting that minimizes this result. Alternatively, you can buy a more powerful video adapter with more memory that can make video updates invisible to the human eye. On older systems, or systems with stock video cards, the video display may not be able to perform at a satisfactory level, especially when operating a video-intensive application like The Magnifier. As a software program, we have no real control over the physical hardware you have - it can only perform as well as the operating system and hardware allow it to. If you see the mouse cursor leaving cursor images arbitrarily (or just not leaving a clean display), then you are seeing video artifacts, which means your video is not updating at a speed that matches the performance of higher-end video adapters, which may be required to provide a more enjoyable result while using The Magnifier.
|Category: Using||Type: Information||Product: The Magnifier||Version: 1.50|