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I'm not saying this is an AD bug but haven't seen it happen elsewhere. I'm using the latest version and a Logitech Master 2 mouse. Fairly frequently the cursor is jumping so It is dropping the anchor in the wrong place. I was using X Mouse Button Control and though it might be that but it is still happening without it running. It's the same with the unifying receiver and bluetooth. The first object I tried to draw after posting this did the same thing. Has anyone else seen this or is it just me?

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HI VectorVonDoom,

Unfortunately I don't have a Logitech Mouse available to try this with. However from a quick look around it does seem to be a bit of a common issue with the mouse, so might be worth looking around Google!

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Hi, Thanks.  I had a look around and uninstalled the realtek audio software which seems to have solved the problem. Now I've said that it will do it again! For others someone suggested turning off mouse shadows (which are off by default anyway) and to go in to device manager, select your wifi card, go in to properties and turn off the bluetooth setting, can't remember the exact wording, in the advanced tab (there wasn't that option on mine). But by the looks of it the thing that really fixes it is getting rid of the realtek software, the sounds still works.

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