How to hide the cursor in Camtasia 9?

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I searched in help and in the community posts for the answer to this question but couldn't find it, so I thought I'd ask here: Does anyone know how to hide the cursor completely in Camtasia 9? I knew how to do it in Camtasia 8, but can't seem to find a way to do it in 9. Many thanks!
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aqualeaf

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Posted 3 years ago

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Joe Morgan

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Try this

Regards,Joe

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kathleen.mcgarrigle

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Nope - I only have one track so far.  Here is another look



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Paul Middlin, Employee

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OK, you win, you've stumped me! Take a crack at Tech Support??
http://support.techsmith.com
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Just a thought here cuz sometimes it the little things and you may have already tried this
but...

Have you saved your project and closed down Camtasia (completely) and reopened Camtasia and your project and tried the opacity setting?

Many times in any software that quirks I try this first. Lots of times it fixes it.
Sometimes its just a burb in the program.

:)
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kathleen.mcgarrigle

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Good suggestion - I tried it but no luck.  The opacity still read 0 but the cursor is still in sight.
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Dubie

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Out of curiosity, does it also show when rendered?

In case you don't know you can render just a section of your video to test it.

Make a selection of your timelime (with the cursor in it) than right-click on the selection and chose "Produce Timeline Selection As..."

That way you don't have to wait for your whole video to render.



If still a problem then as Paul states above,  support might be the quickest way to hopfully figure it out.

http://support.techsmith.com

:)