Mouse movement slows down when near clickable Elements
the_isz at gmx.de
Thu Jun 12 23:35:28 BST 2003
I'm using an AMD Athlon Thunderbird with 1400 MHz, 512 MB RAM and a GeForce Ti
- 4200 Graphics Card on SuSe Linux 8.2. But I'm convinced that the described
Problem is not related to my Hardware but to the settings of KDE, as my mouse
is behaving normally under Windows XP. I hoped to find a property within the
KDE Controlcenter like in "Devices --> Mouse" near the selection of the
described pixel range but I cannot locate it.
Do you know where to find that?
Am Donnerstag, 12. Juni 2003 18:08 schrieb Justin Mazzi:
> what are the specs on your desktop(CPU, RAM, etc..)?
> On Thursday 12 June 2003 12:03 pm, The_Isz at gmx.de wrote:
> > Hello!
> > I'm a Linux (and thus as well KDE) Newbie and I'm trying to convince
> > myself, that Linux is the better Operating system ;)
> > At the moment, I'm facing a problem, to which I don't seem to find a
> > solution. When I move my mouse, it behaves normally as long as the mouse
> > pointer doesn't near a clickable Element on the screen. Then the mouse
> > movement is slowed down. I really hate this feature as it makes working
> > with Linux hard for me. I already found the option to change the pixel
> > range for which the mouse movement is to be slowed down in the KDE
> > center, but I don't find the option to totally disable this "feature".
> > Can somebody tell me how to do that?
> > Thanks in advance,
> > timo
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