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Like GhostBSD guests on VMWare it's also easy to enable smooth mouse, clipboard sharing, and auto-resize for TrueOS. Only one tiny adjustment is required. Keep in mind though that TrueOS is still in beta and is tracking FreeBSD 12-CURRENT as of this writing, so things might be a little unstable. By 'unstable' I mean that updates might break stuff, the OS itself works pretty well with VMWare.
For a GhostBSD guest running on VMWare it's really easy to enable features like smooth mouse, clipboard sharing, and auto-resize. These instruction will cover the most simplest method using the emulators/open-vm-tools binary package. If you prefer to build your own packages or want more control over your X11 configuration file, take a look at a similar post Open VM Tools on FreeBSD 10 with Xorg.