Lock the cursor to one computer

Sometimes you may want to lock your cursor to one computer, temporarily disabling mouse and keyboard sharing. This could be useful you're playing a video game full screen.

To do this, you'll need to press the scroll lock key. This is often in varying places on different keyboards, and you may need to press a key combination to use it (often it'll be paired with the insert key).

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Some modern keyboards don't have a scroll lock key. In which case, you'll need to setup a hotkey.

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    Joshua D-k

    This seems false, pressing the scroll lock on does not lock my cursor to one screen and in fact has no effect. 

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