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  1. It looks like I'm having the same issue. I just flipped to single monitor, and the mouse problem went away. I also found that I could force the resolution to 1920x1080 and that got rid of the mouse alignment issues. I'm on an AMD 6970 card myself with the proprietary drivers, Mint 17.1 (which is Ubuntu 14.04 underneath.) Looks like I've solved the problems enough to play though.
  2. Because a bad video card / drivers combinations can produce all kinds of weird artifacts when hardware mouse support is enabled. Roughly in order of "How much of a pain it is": * The mouse cursor may not appear at all. * The mouse cursor may appear, but visual artifacts occur when the mouse is moved (which may or may not have any relationship to where the mouse actually is) * The mouse cursor may appear, but not change when it should (in response to what lies under the mouse, for example). * The mouse cursor appears, and changes image correctly, but the "hotspot" (the spot where the ap
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