· in the past (prior to Fusion 5) whenever i installed a copy of windows (no matter which version) after installing VMWare tools i got automatic mouse release instantly. For quite a while now and also with another new installation i just did, automattic mouse relese doesn't work anymore.
· This is the resolution for mouse integration in VMware(Windows 10 guest). I hope this helps. Thx :)
· Don't know whether it's an OS update, Fusion update or Logitech Options update that's done this but it's incredibly frustrating. Yes, I can turn on the gaming setting for the mouse, which fixes it, but that is inconvenient and not how the app is supposed to work. MacOS Sierra 10.12.2. VMWare Fusion 8.5.1. Windows 10 VM. Logitech Options 6.35.142
FYI: This tip doesn’t work in Fusion v2.0 – v2.03 (latest version as of this writing on Apr 6, 2009), if you have any key mappings that target a VM shortcut using the Control key. Similarly shift-click doesn’t work if you use a key mapping using the Shift key.
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· usb:0.deviceType="mouse" usb:0.present="FALSE" mouse.vusb.enable="FALSE" The full article is: Mouse clicks are not recognized in a VMware Fusion virtual machine. EDIT: as it turns out, changing those lines made the mouse work, but the keyboard not. To fix it I changed the lines again: the final value (with working keyboard and mouse) is as follows.
· I just gotten my iMac 27", running snow leopard. I installed VMware Fusion 3 and Window 7. Now I wanted to play Warcraft 3 (DOTA) on VMware Fusion. I need the mouse to be locked in the VMware window, not automatically leave and pointing to other Mac apps. I searched the Help, it says can use "G+command" button to lock it. No success.
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