Pointer trails were originally meant for LCD monitors which had slow response times. It is no longer necessary for modern LCD screens. This feature however still has its use if you have visual difficulties. A mouse trail is a path of any shape that follows the mouse pointer around the screen. It is usually used as an accessibility feature that makes it easier for users with impaired vision to see the mouse pointer and track its movement. Sometimes, it can also be used in presentations for fun,...

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