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Krekk01 2nd April 2013 10:31

Mouse cursor disappears when watching livestream
 
Just as the title says.

Just recently, for some flash player videos (especially livestream videos), I've had real problems with them. I assumed it was merely an April Fools Day joke, but it's April 2nd now, and I'm still having problems.

Whenever I am watching someone stream, my mouse cursor disappears whenever it hovers over the player. Now, this would be bad enough on its own, but now I can't click on anything on the player; I can't pause the video (unless I hit space bar), and I can't mute it (this is especially bad when I have multiple streams going on, and all of them decide to play loud music).

Please help! I'm not sure what to do!

adragonlover5 3rd April 2013 15:17

Same problem
 
Been having the same exact problem since yesterday I think. Running Livestream on Google Chrome, Windows 7 Professional, Dell Latitude E6520.v

The chat and chat buttons work fine. The mouse cursor shows up on the gray bar below the video itself and seems to act as though it is hovering over the "Pause" pop-up button, because when you click, it pauses the video. Click again and it unpauses. It's quite difficult to do other things that require sound if I want to keep the livestream up. Any help at all would be greatly appreciated!

macacovingador 5th April 2013 22:25

I had to click popout video, and in the new window the mouse works perfect. But it is a little hard to watch a video in one window and in another chat.

Krekk01 9th April 2013 19:12

Quote:

Originally Posted by macacovingador (Post 37458)
I had to click popout video, and in the new window the mouse works perfect. But it is a little hard to watch a video in one window and in another chat.

Thanx for the workaround, but I'd like to have a definite fix for this issue, please. It's driving me nuts.

Henry_live 13th April 2013 16:32

I have seen this issue intermittently and it's usually resolved by right clicking anywhere on the screen. It's really caused by the flash player from what I've seen.


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