Horizontally flipped version of the mouse cursor looks ugly, kind of "pixelated".
I’m using Windows 10 and the latest version of Npp and when hovering over line numbers my mouse cursor looks like this:
I don’t remember having this problem when I was using Windows 7.
Any ideas why this is happening? Can I do something to fix it?
Sorry, I cannot replicate: it looks good to me.
Maybe you’ve got a plugin that’s fighting over the cursor. Or maybe some other windows app or Windows OS is trying to fight NPP for the cursor. Or maybe you have a video driver issue, or just need a reboot.
No, plugins are definitely not an issue here. I’ve tried it with a fresh mini-portable version and it’s the same. Maybe this is some OS/driver thing indeed. Thank you, Peter.
Of course it was stupid of me to even think that that could be not a Windows problem.
But what is peculiar is that this issue is somehow connected to the pointer color (or rather the scheme color).
I’m using Windows 10 and if it is
Mouse Properties > Scheme > Windows Default (system scheme)then everything looks okay, but
Windows Black (system scheme) gives me that “ugly” pointer that is shown above.