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    Default Crosshair

    Is there any way to turn off the visibility of the crosshair? I understand you can control the crosshair size, but you can you turn it off?

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    ...looking into thoughts/testing theories...

    I'll hitchya back soon if I come up with anything
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    CURSORSIZE

    default is 5, but the range can be set from 1-99 (%)

    It doesn't seem that one could turn them 'off', per se, but you can set 'em to 1 which puts them barely outside the lines of the default apperature size. But I'm sure if you set the cursor to 1, then reset the apperature size (options), you could essentially just have an apperature floating around your screen
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    I have a answer for you....
    Sorrta'

    Open "options" menu, go to the display tab, select the "colors" button use the drop down menu and select "model tab pointer" and change the color to what ever color you are using for your back ground, then do the same for your layout tab, and poof your pointer will be gone. If you want to have some sort of pointer you can also just look lower on the display tab and you will see an option for crosshairs and you can change the size there to any where from 1-100.

    Hope this answers your question

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    When would no crosshair be desirable?

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