Shaking axes when animating

I have the code below to animate a point. During the animation, the axes are shaking. I have added PlotRange, and PlotRangePadding -> None. Still shaking. If I export the animation to a gif, the Axes will stop shaking. Can anyone help?

  Graphics[    {     PointSize[0.02],     Point[{Cos[t], Cos[t]}]     },    PlotRange -> {{-2, 2}, {-2, 2}},    Axes -> True    ],   PlotRange -> {{-2, 2}, {-2, 2}},   PlotRangePadding -> None   ], {t, 0, 10, 0.1}]``` 

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Touchpad pointer keeps shaking when AC power is plugged in

I own a Fujitsu Lifebook A555 (i3,8gb ram etc), when i’m using ubuntu or any linux distro(i’ve tried all versions) for that matter my cursor keeps shaking even more when i’m touching it, i can’t say for certain if the problem is a hardware issue or not because this does not happen on and windows version (do note that my charger is not the original charger that my laptop came with), an external mouse works just fine and this problem never occurs in windows. Any help would be appreciated.

How to trigger enlarged mouse pointer without shaking the mouse

There’s a feature on OS X at least since El Capitan, but possibly earlier that enlarges the mouse pointer when you shake the mouse. In fact, it’s called Shake mouse pointer to locate (under Accessibility > Display) and it’s enabled by default.

I want to be able to briefly “pulse” the size of the pointer to draw attention to something on screen, but without moving the pointer away from what I am trying to highlight.

I know that there are 3rd party add-ons that do this sort of thing by drawing stuff on the screen where the pointer is, but does anybody know if it’s possible to trigger the built-in OS mouse enlargement briefly other than by shaking the mouse?

Viewfinder shaking in my sigma 18-200 lens with Canon eos1100d

So, I dropped my camera yesterday wasn’t a big drop and it was in its bag but today when I tried to use it the viewfinder has got an almost constant shake on it and all the photos are out of focus.

The shake sometimes disappears for an instant when I auto focus but starts again pretty quick.

I’ve swapped the lens for the canons original lens and theres no shaking so I can only assume the problem is with the lens. I’m travelling in central America so won’t be able to take it to a sigma shop, and I’d like to avoid taking it to any old shop if I can.

Any ideas what might be up?