Jules, I read in one of your other posts that mouse messages don’t get generated on Mac unless a window has focus. That makes sense, because I can’t get the mouse to disappear when it’s over an unfocused app window (which has its cursor set to MouseCursor::NoCursor). But since the app itself is still the foreground process, could there be another way to fake it somehow? Just wondering if you have any suggestions.
To elaborate a bit more, my app allows for a sort of “presentation-mode” view, where you can have fullscreen output on a secondary monitor, used mainly for video playback, while you are simultaneously editing things on the main monitor. If the user accidentally moves the mouse onto the secondary monitor while editing, I don’t want the cursor to be visible, since an audience may be watching.
Hope that makes some kind of sense. Thanks for any advice.