mouse problem with 'standard' Windows program
Dr. David P.S. Fong
vkelim at my-deja.com
Fri Nov 16 04:16:59 CST 2001
Thank you for your reply...
Unfortunately, the problem didn't go away when I tried wine20011108
(which I compiled myself) or wine20011106 or wine20011113 (pre-made
The problem did go away when I tried wine20010305 (Codeweavers RPM,
but the Codeweavers 20010626 did not work).
In fact, I managed to find more dramatic evidence of failure to detect
left mouse button (LMB) release when I used a 'draw/sketch' window,
which showed my mouse point drawing all over the window even though
the LMB was already released.
I am using a Pentium II, LX motherboard, ATI Rage Fury Pro and
standard PS/2 mouse and keyboard (Logitech).
If there is any way I could help debug this problem...
g.patel at wanadoo.fr.invalid (gerard patel) wrote in message news:<3befa6e1.15643 at news.nerim.net>...
> >I have SuSE 7.3, wine20010731, XFree86 4.1.0
> >After starting a standard 'Windows' application (which was WenLin2
> >demo, and which I had previously run under an older version of Wine
> >and an older version of XFree) the mouse doesn't work properly,
> >After clicking on the scroll bar, the scroll bar just keep on heading
> >down (or up as the case may be), even after I have let go of the left
> >mouse button.
> Current Wine version is 20011108. This particular problem was
> fixed since this old Wine version.
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