It is generally better that the mouse remained "locked" on the gaming screen. Otherwise it can lead to confusion on how, when, and where to implement "dual screen mouse support". For example, playing Crysis requires the use of mouse to look around. There is no mouse at all on the screen, so how do you propose to move the mouse on the other screen?
Majesty II is a game where the mouse can move from the gaming screen to the other monitor by default, there is option to change it. However, it affects gameplay somewhat. The mouse is used to scroll across the landscape, up, down and left works fine, moving the mouse to that part of the screen will correctly scroll the landscape. Scrolling right is a different matter since in a dual monitor setup the mouse simply moves on to the other monitor. The game does not scroll right even if I move the mouse all the way to the right edge of my other monitor. I need to use the keyboard to scroll right.
mmm ye that all makes sense, since most FPS games dont have the mouse set to a move, rather then a look function. The only ive been able to do wat i want are RTS and MMO's, but they have to be in windowed mode . Looks like wat i want defies logic, or technology cant handle it :S
I have dual-screen also and the allowing of the mouse to move to the scondary monitor is a pain is there a way to reverse its ability to do this?
Ever since acquiring windows 7my mouse will move off the game screen and then of course when i click it minimizes game...