At least since Lightroom 4, and still in 6.2, the mouse cursor doesn't properly update when I move it quickly over the folders panel on the left side. The panel has a separator that allows resizing, indicated by a double-arrow mouse cursor. This cursor often stays active when the cursor is over the folder list. It should revert to the default cursor again, but it doesn't. This can be irritating and it can be resolved by moving the mouse in and out of the folders panel a few times.
Can somebody check the mouse move events in the source code please and set the mouse cursor accordingly over the folders panel?
Yes- a bug in Lightroom a long time! I see it always. Annoying!
I have modified my mouse movements, so I set the Lightroom window slightly smaller than the desktop, and by moving the cursor across the folder panel onto the desktop and then back onto the folders panel, it resets the cursor back to the pointer.
This bug was first reported over four years ago. Adobe reported it as fixed in CC 2015 / 6, but several have reported it still happening. Please add your vote and details about the issue to this bug report in the official Adobe feedback forum: Lightroom: Double arrow cursor over panels. Do Help > System Info and include the exact version of LR and the version of Windows or Mac. This will make it a little more likely that Adobe might fix the problem soon.