hides the cursor in X after a period of inactivity
unclutter hides your X mouse cursor when you don't need it, to prevent it
from getting in the way. You have only to move the mouse to restore the
unclutter is a program which runs permanently in the background of an X11
session. It checks on the X11 pointer (cursor) position every few
seconds, and when it finds it has not moved (and no buttons
are pressed on the mouse, and the cursor is not in the root window)
it creates a small sub-window as a child of the window the cursor is in.
The new window installs a cursor of size 1x1 but a mask of
unclutter - remove idle cursor image from screen
unclutter [-display|-d display] [-idle seconds] [-keystroke]
[-jitter pixels] [-grab] [-noevents] [-reset] [-root] [-one‐
screen] [-visible] [-regex] [-not|-notname name ...] [-not‐
class class ...]
unclutter (8-14) unstable; urgency=low
* Updating standards version to 3.9.0.
* Adding Danish debconf translations from Joe Dalton
<firstname.lastname@example.org> (Closes: #599449).
* Running debconf-updatepo.
* Updating standards version to 3.9.1.
-- Daniel Baumann <email@example.com> Thu, 07 Oct 2010 18:55:02 +0200
unclutter (8-13) unstable; urgency=low
* Adding README.source.
* level 0: initial release
* level 1: -grab option to use old method, new method
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