setGrabbedpublic static void setGrabbed(boolean grab) Sets whether or not the mouse has grabbed the cursor (and thus hidden).
i use win xp and s3 twister - it might be the driver because i just owe a notebook with a "normal" graphic-card :cry: it also happens to the nehe tutorial examples in c++. but its strange because alienflux shows the mouse pointer without flickering.
btw: i cant find the public static void setGrabbed(boolean grab) in the 0.8 distribution. is it new in 0.9?
That behaviour sounds entirely wrong.
I think a hackish way of doing this would be to simply set the cursor to a transparent image.
emptyCursor = new Cursor(1, 1, 0, 0, 1, BufferUtils.createIntBuffer(1), null);Mouse.setNativeCursor(emptyCursor);