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The workaround is to add an extra slide right after the FMR slide and set it to only one tenth of a second duration. Have the mouse on this slide jump from the position at the end of the slide before the FMR to the mouse position right at the end of the FMR. Because it happens so quickly, the user doesn't notice the jump in mouse position.
You're a genius!! The only problem I found was that there was a brief but noticeable flash of white. I fixed that by duplicating the background from the slide I used before the FMR. As you said, it was only there for a fraction of a second but the transition appeared seamless. Thanks so much!
You can remove the "flash of white" by using the same background graphic on the short duration slide as the slide that follows it. This doesn't add any filesize as Captivate is just reusing the same graphic from the Library.