Setting "CURSOR TO NONE" fails in OPERA

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Post » Tue Aug 11, 2015 2:51 pm

Problem Description
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When you set CURSOR TO NONE, it works in all browsers but FAILS in OPERA.

The Cursor remains.

Attach a Capx
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Just set the CURSOR TO NONE in Opera, and it will not disappear.

Description of Capx
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Just set the CURSOR TO NONE. It works in Chrome. It fails in OPERA.

Steps to Reproduce Bug
  • Step 1 - Set CURSOR TO NONE
  • Step 2 - Run in OPERA.
  • Step 3 etc - See the CURSOR not disappearing.

Observed Result
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Cursor remains an arrow.

Expected Result
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Cursor should disappear.

Affected Browsers
  • Chrome: (YES/NO) - NO
  • FireFox: (YES/NO) - NO
  • Internet Explorer: (YES/NO) - NO
    OPERA - YES.

Operating System and Service Pack
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Windows 7, Service Pac 1

Construct 2 Version ID
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r210, 64 Bit
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Post » Mon Aug 17, 2015 1:07 pm

It works in every browser except for Opera, so it must be an Opera bug. You should report it to the Opera developers instead.
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