{RESOLVED}animated cursor (bee)

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azcawho

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How do I get rid of an animated bee that was installed on my system and go back to a normal cursor (arrow)?
 
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Try going to the mouse applet in control panel.
start > settings > control panel
double click on mouse, choose pointer tab,
then pick a scheme. I think windows standard
is what you started with.
 
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Welcome to TSG

Go to the control panel, mouse.
Click on the pointer tab and the browse button.
Browse to your C:\WINDOWS\CURSORS folder and pick another. You can also go to your C:\Program Files\Plus!\Themes and use the ones there.
 
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hamster

Originally posted by azcawho
How do I get rid of an animated bee that was installed on my system and go back to a normal cursor (arrow)?
Just buy a new computer to get a new cursor.. hee hee
 
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hamster,

Joking is find but not with new members that don't even know us.


azcawho,

A lot of great help here but we do joke alot but of the time it is in the Random Discussion.
Well all the time we joke there.:p
 
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hamster

Originally posted by hewee
hamster,

Joking is find but not with new members that don't even know us.

If joking is Find, is laughing is Locate?? then jokes is search?

I think humor should be everywhere.

First the problem was already solved, so there was a solution and it's fixed so then it's ok to joke around.

Party Pooper :D
 
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We dont know that it is solved yet.

Welcome to TSG azcawho :)

Let us know how it goes.
 
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"rst the problem was already solved, so there was a solution and it's fixed so then it's ok to joke around."


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azcawho only has the one post so how do you know that it was solved
 
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hamster

Originally posted by azcawho
How do I get rid of an animated bee that was installed on my system and go back to a normal cursor (arrow)?
well... as stated... it's not like I just post that silly answer before anyone gave an answer. Deanas gave a good answer but I see that you think yours was better so You showed him off.

and the question itself is simple so of course it's taken care of... but the point is not that "it's solved or not".... my point is someone already given answers to him already and I just joked around AFTER..... not before where it would be mean... "pftttt"
 
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hamster

of course... It's always better to have different opinions on ways how to do things so of course that is good to double post different ways to solve a solution but you're a meanie pants so I just threw that in.. hee hee.



ps... since I'm new up here... is it not ok to joke around like downstairs?? or do you have to be serious all the time???... thanks!
 
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Thats why Mike made the Random forum, for us all to have fun and visit, remember, people come here for help also !!

The main boards are for people who have serious trouble and want help.

:D I to have been guilty of a few " violations " of that rule, but , I think you would agree that random lets us get quite carried away !...Rhett...Please correct me if I am wrong Mike, just my take...
 
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<font face="comic sans ms" color="#577ac6">I think a little humor is alright, 'specially if there's an addendum included that says "I was just joking."
Or at least a "hee hee" or a "lol" of some sort, written at the end of the humorous line in question.
Or if the joke was posted by someone named "Hamster", because that's kind of funny in itself, ain't it? ;)

And azcawho has replied with a funny too: "The bee be gone!"
I like that. :D
Thanks for letting us know azcawho. :)</font>
 
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