b-man

touch screen controlled mouse pointer

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with the android xtralogic remote desktop app you control the mouse pointer with the touch screen.

is there a program that you can do this in win 8?

something that can easily be turned on and off in taskbar

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There is freeware TouchMousePointer, that controls mouse pointer by touch screen.

Easy switching on/off in taskbar.

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it says im missing msvcr110.dll?

yet its a new install that hasnt been played with

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Then you need to install theMicrosoft Visual Studio 2012 redistributable VC++ libraries: x86 or x64

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thanks guys works a dream

Edit:

it appears the mouse pointer has disappeared now....

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ok so with a mouse plugged in it will move the mouse pointer

around fine, when the mouse is removed the mouse pointer icon disappears.

is there a way to have have a mouse pointer?

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I understand.

If disabled all mouse or any pointing device in device manager, mouse pointer is hidden.

If enabled one of mouse or any pointing device in device manager, mouse pointer is shown.

If any HID-mouse device already installed, mouse pointer always showing.

Not need real mouse plugged in.

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how do i install a hid mouse device when i dont have a hid mouse device plugged in?

so the program has a mouse pointer

the only way i can get the mouse pointer is by having the mouse plugged in is there a way to fake it with the app so when turned on it recognizes it as a hid mouse device?

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Probably plug-in is required at once.

Once it is recognized, I will think that it is unnecessary after that.

It is the same as the 'Mouse Keys' in a standard control panel.

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