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hey so ive got an HP dv7, 64-bit, with an AMD A6-3400M Radeon and 8gb ram and I've installed mac os yosemite onto VMware Player 12. Everything went well but the mouse is offset. The distance varies on where the mouse pointer is, like if the mouse is in the middle of the screen then the mouse is off a little bit but anywhere left or right of the screen its pretty far off of where the pointer actually is. I've looked everywhere and I've seen people say to type this: editpreferencesinput "optimize mouse for games" = always, but no one is saying where. Plus i think this command would be for VMware Workstation. I had installed VMware Tools onto yosemite but that didn't do anything. I have also installed a beamoff tool so that the os isn't so slow. And i have unchecked the "override high dpi scaling behavior" box and that did nothing. I'd really appreciate the help, i have been stuck on this issue for days. Thanks

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