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Old 10th November, 2004, 05:18 AM
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Animated Cursors

This is more of a general Windows thing, but as I only thought of it because of Folding.

I've just switched to a ultra-high rez mouse, which lets me run very high sensitivity. I've been playing around with different Animated cursors (inverse etc) to see what is the most visible. I assume that using an animated cursor uses some CPU power, but how are basic things like this handled in the Windows environment? Is it all under the basic services.exe process, or what?
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