X mouse cursor - update 2

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xbmc@ Offline
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Hello all !

I have tested two solutions about hiding mouse cursor from this forum but do not work.

I have X mouse cursor displaying after switching CTRL+ALT+F8 and come back to CTRL+ALT+F7.

I have tried Option HWCursor "false" to xorg.conf file in "Device" section.
I have tried the program "unclutter", it hide the X mouse cursor after the X session switching but recenter the xbmc cursor to the center after every unclutting. This generate that i can use the XBMC cursor to navigate.

My question is : is there some other solution to hide this X mouse cursor after switching ?

Thanks in advance !
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http://code.google.com/p/frtlock/wiki/xsetroot

works for me. just start the described command right after X or together with xbmc.
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