I have an issue with Parallels Desktop starting from v. 18.1.*.
When I access to my Mac after the monitor entered in energy-saving mode (the Mac's screen is black), the mouse pointer on the Windows VM is bigger than the normal size (very big).
There is nothing I can do to restore the normal size of the mouse pointer. The only thing that works is:
- Exit from Full Screen Mode (my default configuration)
- Enter again in Full Screen Mode (then, I also need to adjust the resolution from Parallels Desktop)
This is a very annoying issue I have many times per day. By the way, it often happens that the mouse pointer on the Windows VM "lost" its interaction with Windows. It looks like the pointer is no longer hooked by Windows. In this case, I can solve the problem by sliding the screen from Windows (Full Screen) to Mac and then to Windows again ... the mouse starts to be reactive again ... not so nice!
My configuration is as following:
- MacBook Pro 16-inch 2019, 2.4 GHz Intel Core i9 8 core, 64 GB 2667 MHz DDR4
- AMD Radeon Pro 5500M 8 GB Intel UHD Graphics 630 1536 MB
- macOS Ventura 13.2.1 (22D68)
- Parallels Desktop Business Edition v. 18.2.0 (53488)
- Guest VM:
- Windows 10 Professional Edition 64 bit, 22H2, 19045.2604
- Parallels configuration:
- Hypervisor: Parallels, 4 CPU, 12 Mb RAM
- Graphic card: best for display Retina (with Use Always High Performance Graphic)
- Full Screen Mode, resolution is 2880 x 1800
I never had this problem in the past (big mouse pointer), I started to have it since the last two updates. I waited a few versions before posting this message, just to check if any bugfix was available.
Is there anyone else having the same problem?
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