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Remove last remnants of mouse cursor
« on: March 11, 2019, 02:39:04 pm »
Hello fellow BYOAC members,

I'm so close to perfection. I have followed a guide that rablack97 posted in relation to hiding windows 7. Everything has gone flawlessly except that brief moment when logging into windows or shutting down windows. It displays the spinning blue circle/ring. Things i have tried:

-per rablack97 guide, edit the imageres.dll file with resourcehack
-opened regedit, then replaced the Hkey_users/.default/control panel/cursors with blank cursors
-as an extra measure, replaced all the blue circle cursors in the C:\Windows\Cursors folder with blank ones

Its a very minor annoyance, but an annoyance non the less  :banghead:. I must be missing something simple...