Mouse Cursor Help

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  1. TheVinAnator
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    not sure if this is the right topic maybe it should be in software but basically i just got a new knuckles cursor for my mouse (on windows 10) and each time i reboot my pc its back at the normal white mouse and i have to go back to mouse properties and click ok each time any help would be appreciated
     
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    How did you install the cursors? Did the pack come with an INI installer, or did you just drag and drop them somewhere? Or are you just manually setting each cursor? If it's the latter, are you saving a profile for the theme?
     
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    I just got the files and manually hit browse for each different mouse cursor
     
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    After you do that, save the theme as a custom profile and it should stay after a reboot.
     
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    Alright that's what I didn't do thanks I'll try it out tonight :)
     
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    tried it and saved it as a scheme (over the default one because i dont believe you can add anymore) although as i said each time i have to go into the properties ad click ok each time
     
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    nvm got it just needed to put files in the cursors sub folder of windows
     
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