Am 19.02.2022 um 04:11 schrieb Tom Goldring via lyx-users 
> I don't know how to adjust the cursor blink rate in Apple Mail, Thunderbird, 
> Safari, etc. (if anyone does, please tell me!) but since I'm not spending a 
> lot of time typing text into a window when I use a web browser, it isn't that 
> much of an issue. When composing email, I usually type my text into an emacs 
> buffer (which does allow me to turn off the blink) and then paste it into the 
> mail client.

That seems to be weary.

> In Windows you can turn off the blink via Control Panel -> Keyboard 
> Properties.

So on windows Qt respects the OS settings and on Mac this is not the case 
(because of missing configuration options). The LyX code isn’t different on 
Windows and Mac here, AFAIK.

But there is a ticket with your issue and no solution yet:

> On 2/18/22 8:38 PM, Stephan Witt wrote:
>> Am 18.02.2022 um 20:46 schrieb Tom Goldring via lyx-users 
>> <>:
>>> I have version on my MacBook Pro. I consider it a poor substitute 
>>> for the Windows version. I can't turn off the blinking cursor (extremely 
>>> annoying!), I can't change the background color (white background gives me 
>>> a headache), hotkeys don't work, etc. Is there an alternative binary that I 
>>> could download?
>> Regarding the blinking cursor… it is quite common to have a blinking cursor. 
>> I agree it might be desirable to adjust the frequency or turn it off - but 
>> at a system wide level. I don’t know of a setting to read this parameter 
>> from. How do you adjust the cursor in Apple Mail or Safari? How do you 
>> adjust it with the Windows version?
>> BR,
>> Stephan
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