____ A concise description of your problem here ____
When you set CURSOR TO NONE, it works in all browsers but FAILS in OPERA.
The Cursor remains.
Attach a Capx
____ Upload a Capx to this post ____
Just set the CURSOR TO NONE in Opera, and it will not disappear.
Description of Capx
____ Concise description of what this CapX does ____
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.
____ What happens? ____
Cursor remains an arrow.
____ What do you expect to happen? ____
Cursor should disappear.
- Chrome: (YES/NO) - NO
- FireFox: (YES/NO) - NO
- Internet Explorer: (YES/NO) - NO
OPERA - YES.
Operating System and Service Pack
____ Your operating system and service pack ____
Windows 7, Service Pac 1
Construct 2 Version ID
____ Exact version ID of Construct 2 you're using ____
r210, 64 Bit