I understand and have tested using swiftpoint mouse for the extended video out display and it works great. With the new mouse support in IOS 13 I find that in the "non" extended display, aka the display on the ipad the new mouse enabled feature can do about 90% of what I want. What would be perfect is if the external video display could show the assistive touch mouse support cursor(the bullseye one) when the swiftpoint isn't available. That way we could see where our mouse "aka virtual finger" is located on the external display.
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