Comment 5 for bug 1376760

If you turn the screen by 90 degrees and then turn it back to normal, a second cursor (rotated by 90 degrees as well) appears.

To reproduce:

xrandr --output <output> --rotate left

# do something, click a few buttons...

xrandr --output <output> --rotate normal

The attached screenshot shows the problem. (Sorry for the quality, capturing the cursor as well is apparently pretty hard to do , even with disabled hardware cursor)

Versions:

xorg-xrandr 1.4.2
xorg-server 1.16.0
xf86-video-intel 2.99.914