UPDATE: The fixed version of mutter is now in the Fedora updates repository. You should be able to update the package with dnf: dnf -y upgrade mutter GNOME 3 has been rock solid for the last few months but something cropped up this week that derailed me for a short while. Whenever I moved my mouse cursor to the top bar (where the clock and status icons reside), the mouse cursor disappeared.
Before you follow this guide, be sure to read about the issue I had in Fedora 12 with this strategy. At work, I have a Mac Mini as my main workstation with one monitor. There’s another monitor to the right which is connected to my Linux box. I run a synergy server on the Mac, and I run a synergy client in Linux. However, I was getting pretty frustrated when I’d have to manually start the synergy client on the Linux box with another keyboard.