1 | | ~~Replying to [comment:12 Antoine Martin]:~~ |

2 | | ~~> > > One thing you can try is to run the '''client''' with {{{XPRA_SAVE_CURSORS=1 xpra attach ...}}}.~~ |

3 | | ~~> > > This will save cursors as PNG images using the filename {{{cursor-$SERIAL.png}}} (so the same serial may overwrite the cursor file - though they should be identical in that case?)~~ |

4 | | ~~> > > ~~ |

5 | | ~~> > > Another thing which may affect the cursors is scaling:~~ |

6 | | ~~> > > {{{~~ |

7 | | ~~> > > make_cursor: has-name=True, has-cursor-types=True, xscale=1.25, yscale=1.25, USE_LOCAL_CURSORS=True~~ |

8 | | ~~> > > }}}~~ |

9 | | ~~> > > Can you reproduce the problem with scaling disabled?~~ |

10 | | ~~> > ~~ |

11 | | ~~> > Scaling? What scaling? I didn't activate such thing.~~ |

12 | | ~~> It is activated automatically because your client display is so large.~~ |

13 | | ~~> > For some reason, connections from/to Xenial server have this message:~~ |

14 | | ~~> > ~~ |

15 | | ~~> > {{{~~ |

16 | | ~~> > 2020-03-06 10:18:38,790 Warning: Invalid Scale Factor~~ |

17 | | ~~> > 2020-03-06 10:18:38,791 cannot scale by 100% x 100% or lower~~ |

18 | | ~~> > 2020-03-06 10:18:38,792 the scaled client screen 6400 x 1440 -> 6400 x 1440~~ |

19 | | ~~> > 2020-03-06 10:18:38,792 would overflow the server's screen: 5760 x 2560~~ |

20 | | ~~> > }}}~~ |

21 | | ~~> > ~~ |