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paep5036
Level 7

Mouse doesn't work with Airplay extended display

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Hello, I'm trying to use my Roku Streaming Stick to turn my TV into an extended display of my MacBook Air. I am able to set it up for mirroring no problem. However, when I try to use it as an extended display, the mouse only appears on the TV. I can't figure out how to make it move to the computer screen. I've tried moving it offscreen in every direction - up, down, left, right - no joy! Anyone have thoughts on this?

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StreamerUser
Level 20

Re: Mouse doesn't work with Airplay extended display

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Yes - you need to address this issue to Apple or the Apple community forums, where you will get tailored protocol/product specific support.

These are the Roku support forums, not the Apple AirPlay or Apple MacBook Air support forums.

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StreamerUser
Level 20

Re: Mouse doesn't work with Airplay extended display

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Yes - you need to address this issue to Apple or the Apple community forums, where you will get tailored protocol/product specific support.

These are the Roku support forums, not the Apple AirPlay or Apple MacBook Air support forums.

nickirwin
Level 7

Re: Mouse doesn't work with Airplay extended display

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Airplay extended display always has some or the other issue with the mouse... been there done that.. you can first try testing your mouse using click speed test. In most cases, I have seen a wired mouse work well instead of the wireless one.
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