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defaults write -g NSTextInsertionPointBlinkPeriodOn -float 10000
defaults write -g NSTextInsertionPointBlinkPeriodOff -float 1
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RHvdG wrote:It happens further up in the text as well. I made a screen recording: https://denkdieper.nl/insertionpoint.mov.
Wed Sep 26, 2018 12:49 pm Post
AmberV wrote:For the record, I’ve been using a combination of block cursor with blinking left on, and I don’t think I’ve seen the cursor vanish in Scrivener yet. It is possible to set the block cursor very narrow, if you don’t like the aesthetics.
se1961 wrote:Hi! I logged in because I just updated to Mojave and am having what might be a related problem. In composition mode, my hovering insertion point (when you move your pointer over text, and your pointer turns into an insertion point that lets you select text) is extremely heavy-- as if it's in bold. It's perfectly normal when I type in the editor, or (so far) anywhere else. I've never noticed it before, so I'm hoping it's a related bug. Is it? If not, am I missing a setting that makes the pointer less heavy? It's kind of distracting. ☹️ [Edit: I am not using "disable blinking" or "block cursor" and don't seem to have any problems with my actual insertion point. Just the hover pointer. I notice that in the above "movie" the pointer is "fat" the way mine is:RHvdG wrote:It happens further up in the text as well. I made a screen recording: https://denkdieper.nl/insertionpoint.mov.
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