how to hide mouse pointer in osx ??

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When restarting the displays the mouse always remains on the screen. I need to go into schedule and click save to refresh the presentation.

Is there anyway to prevent this? We are using apple macs with Snow Leopard installed and Chrome.
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Unfortunately we never found a successful way to do this on the Mac Player.

I've read about a program called Cursorcerer that you can check out here, however we have never used or tested it ourselves.

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Cursorsorcerer works GREAT! Just trying it now on a mac mini.
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Thanks for this! Users who are using their own Mac Player with our platform can very likely benefit from this!
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Cursorsorcerer is no longer an option - it will not run on modern Macs (anything with an intel CPU). In order to hide the mouse, a refresh of the presentation is required. Does anyone know of any other cursor hiding apps, or a better way to hide it...especially after a reboot?


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Search on the Mac App Store: Mouse Hider