[Bug 30462] New: Diablo II: Mouse Jumps All Over...

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             Bug #: 30462
           Summary: Diablo II: Mouse Jumps All Over...
           Product: Wine
           Version: 1.5.2
          Platform: x86
        OS/Version: Linux
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
          Severity: normal
          Priority: P2
         Component: -unknown
        AssignedTo: wine-bugs at winehq.org
        ReportedBy: cheako+winehq at mikemestnik.net
    Classification: Unclassified

Recent notes:

Another note, windowed(-w) mode works fine.

MouseWarpOverride=force wine "Diablo II.exe"; # Didn't work, though I wonder if
I used this correctly?

>From the appdb:

by Jason Marty on Friday March 30th 2012, 23:49
Running wine 1.5 (and earlier), the mouse pointer jumps all over the place when
in-game. No problems exist when using the menus, but when attempting to move
the character the mouse cursor goes nuts. The pointing finger will literally
jump all over the screen with even minor movements of the mouse. *However, it
seems the "actual" location of the pointer moves correctly. Running an
up-to-date version of Arch Linux with the latest wine. It seems this might be
an issue with some other library/package, because even the version of Wine that
use to work fine for me with this game no longer works.

* -- Mike Mestnik, I noted that as the mouse does move fine clicks are passed
to the 'active' location.

by Mike Mestnik on Sunday April 15th 2012, 1:53
I get the same issue running 1.4 and I just upgraded to 1.5.2. However for me
mouse clicks are erratic, choosing the currently active location.

by Mike Mestnik on Monday April 16th 2012, 15:15
This is Ubuntu precise, x86-32. 

X.Org X Server 1.11.3 
Release Date: 2011-12-16 
Build Date: 21 March 2012 06:09:11AM 
xorg-server 2:1.11.4-0ubuntu7 (For technical support please see
X.Org ANSI C Emulation: 0.4 
X.Org Video Driver: 11.0 
X.Org XInput driver : 16.0 
X.Org Server Extension : 6.0 

Using xrandr didn't help. However I did discover that including the menus the
in-game menu is also un-effected, thus only when the game board has focus is
there an issue. This presents an easy platform to test things as one can
activate/deactivate the bug with vary few other changes. *I'll see what else I
can glean. 

* I discovered nothing.

I've just recompiled wine from **git and applied the 3 patches for Diablo III
and the changes from the wine/ppa and AFAICT these are working. 

I'd be happy to test other patches. 

** git log 
commit c8495104a9552095037cb15f54ed5939669cf83c 
Author: root 
Date: Sun Apr 15 10:58:38 2012 -0500 

Mike mestnik migrate to debian src. 

commit 0ccd06158b9916543d3a983ad7c19aba4c5a7525 
Author: root 
Date: Sun Apr 15 10:57:49 2012 -0500 

Mike mestnik debian patches 2. 

commit 2e3aaf2ae5c2d971ab03e80fae4d0199f1b8903c 
Author: root 
Date: Sun Apr 15 10:57:04 2012 -0500 

Mike mestnik debian patches. 

commit a014a68b8b381703043846e6bf81ddc15ae3c973 
Author: root 
Date: Sun Apr 15 10:54:06 2012 -0500 

Mike mestnik D3 patches. 

commit c6a673291da6e9ee956910f35efcde0a8d8437ea 
Author: Alexandre Julliard 
Date: Fri Apr 13 20:15:32 2012 +0200 

Release 1.5.2.

by Mike Mestnik on Monday April 16th 2012, 19:08
I have some more information, remember reading I said the 'ghosted' positions
formed a rectangle? Well check this out: 

Of the 4 locations x(1):y(1) to x(4):y(4) 


When the mouse is in the upper left corner the 4 locations are vary close
together and when the mouse is near the center the 3 other ghost locations are
near the bottom and right of the screen. As indicated x(1):y(1) seams to track
the 'original'/intended mouse location vary well.

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