pour at mieterra.com
Thu Jul 18 02:54:00 BST 2002
Michael Adam wrote:
> But as far as I can see this only happens to kde-apps, not mozilla nor
If it's a mouse issue, it has to be a Qt rather than KDE one. This is
only relevant so: whoever was writing the driver was not using Qt, and
hence did not experience the bug, but got the driver to work with
whatever toolkit was being used.
The reason toolkits make a difference is they call functions in
different order, perhaps with different parameters, and, well, you
hardly ever get a bug that always fails ;-), usu. it's an off-by-one
error or so triggered by a particular sequence of events.
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