A desperate Math educator here. With covid19 the teach from home is turning into a sour experience for me. Usually, I prepare all of my documents and presentations on latex. I am on Windows 10 (64-bit), I use TeXstudio (2.12.22) and have the MiKTeX (2.9) package.
My issue is that when doing PowerPoint presentation through beamer, the pdf file I obtain does not provide for a laser cursor when I am in presentation mode like for instance, Microsoft PowerPoint would. I have tried to change my cursor via the windows system to emulate a laser pointer instead of the arrow. It was successful until I went in presentation mode(i.e. in fullscreen) on my pdf file. I always end up with that hand with an arrow in the middle which is not ideal because I am recording my presentation and sending it to my students. I have looked at an alternative pdf reader in Sumatra pdf but not much luck there too.
Right now I am either forced to convert my beautiful presentations to pictures then feed it to PowerPoint (this is quite some work) or use online websites that convert pdf to ppt files (that's easier, but not ideal the quality is just horrible). After a couple of weeks at this pace, I am starting to burnout. Any suggestion or unknown feature that exists in latex that could allow me to get the laser pointer when doing a presentation with my pdf files.