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You can try the getCursorPosition() if that does not work (I have no idea whether it does) then you can use the onClientCursorMove event which returns it's position upon moving it.

Note that while non-visible, the cursor's position is always (0.5;0.5). When it moves, the onClientCursorMove returns the curremt position of it (which is jumping between the value and the 0.5;0.5 positions, since the cursor tries to be always in the middle).

Edited by WorthlessCynomys
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If the cursor isn't showing the it's in the center of the screen.
Where do you need the cursor position?
If for some kind of object preview thing, or custom weapon system and such, we you can move around you can use:


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