Show mouse cursor during screen share on Teams Linux client
Mike Alexander commented
Alternatively, installing key-mon and using `key-mon --follow_mouse` works by putting a yellow circle under the cursor. And the key-mon package is available from most package managers directly.
None of these solutions is as good as an actual visible cursor though, since you don't have a pointing shape, you have a blob for roughly where your cursor is.
Michael Massee commented
another workaround in Gnome, is switching on the ctr key
still this is annoying, and should be fixed fast !
Roberto Navarro commented
I found this workaround. It works for me in linux mint 19.3 MATE.
- Download find-cursor from https://github.com/arp242/find-cursor
- Inside the folder of this library, type `make` and `sudo make install`
- If you see an error, you probably need libxdamage: apt-get install libxdamage-dev
- In a terminal, use this command:
find-cursor --repeat 0 --follow --distance 1 --line-width 16 --size 16 --color red
Franck Iaropoli commented
Yes this will help a lot :)
+1 yes please!
Martin Vermeer commented