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Problems with the node cursor in Designer

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I am working on Win 10, with a Wacom tablet. Sometimes things are fine, usually after the machine has been rebooted. But during a session, suddenly the node cursor goes black. I stop seeing the yellow snapping suggestion, and I only see the result of a drag or node create after it has finished.Is there a list somewhere of what all the different cursors mean? Is there some way of getting out of this mode without closing the app and rebooting the machine. I have to say I never had this issue before V 1.7. Two versions in from 1.7.0 and it is still not fixed.

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Node Tool has small white arrow cursor, which changes to black if cursor hoover over curve node.

Try Factory reset, start with Ctrl.

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