Did you experience issues/bugs while training? We can probably help you out!
In short: change your browser's Hardware Acceleration settings.
For Google Chrome:
Both turning this setting on and off can fix this problem, depending on your hardware setup.
This bug happens on some computers with certain graphics cards, because some browsers (like Google Chrome) have blacklisted certain graphics cards, throwing their hardware acceleration capabilities off.
In short: disable Enhance pointer precision in Windows.
Tip: it's always a good idea to disable Enchance pointer precision when playing games!
When Enhance pointer precision is turned on, Windows adds mouse acceleration to your mouse movement. This is not desirable at all when playing shoorter games because your muscle memory will build much slower. Some games automatically overwrite your Windows settings to disable this acceleration. Because our trainer runs in the browser, we cannot change this Windows setting, meaning you'll have to disable it yourself. In general, it's always a good idea to disable Enhance pointer precision when playing video games.
In short: while in game, press P to open the menu, and P again to close it. This will fix this mouse restriction.
Some users report they experience this bug, especially when using multi-monitor setups. We're looking into how we can fix this bug, but in the meanwhile this suggested quick-fix above should resolve this.