Cursor escapes screen since 98.0

Cursor escapes screen since 98.0

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Sereiya
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Cursor escapes screen since 98.0

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I'm using a dual screen setup. Since spring got updated to 98.0, I always need to deactivate my second screen to play properly because the cursor isn't bound to the game anymore. I tried to change some settings via spring.exe, but didn't find a solution.
I guess it's because spring is running in a borderless window mode by default now, although the option in cfg was set to 0. Changing that doesn't helped me either. Does anyone know how to fix that? :(
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Forboding Angel
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Re: Cursor escapes screen since 98.0

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/grabinput 1

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Sereiya
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Re: Cursor escapes screen since 98.0

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Perfect, thank you! :-)
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Forboding Angel
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Re: Cursor escapes screen since 98.0

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Actually, if you want to make it more aggressive you can do this:

http://pastebin.com/2943V3zP

so that it sends the command every 30 seconds

Untested, dunno if it works properly. More aggressive is nice because alt tabbing frequently breaks grabinput.
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PicassoCT
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Re: Cursor escapes screen since 98.0

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Freedom for Cursers- they want to have a live too you know!
Stop holding them for cannonfood guidance!
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