Optionally, you may choose to show the mouse pointers of remote user in the coediting session through the
showPointerinitialization parameter The remote pointer will mirror a remote user's pointer position and clicks.
By default, remote pointers are rendered as a
'arrow'. You can control the shape of the pointer via the
pointersinitialization parameter. The other possible shapes are:
You may also programmatically toggle remote pointers at run time via the following client API calls. These calls will only have visible effect after the user has started or joined a session.
Hides remote pointer positions and clicks
Displays remote pointer positions and clicks