[issue871] gtk2 related: X mouse pointer jumps and sticks to top left corner
sepherosa at gmail.com
Sat Dec 1 20:55:21 PST 2007
On Dec 2, 2007 11:27 AM, Joe Floid Kanowitz
<sinknull at crater.dragonflybsd.org> wrote:
> New submission from Joe "Floid" Kanowitz <jkanowitz at snet.net>:
> I mentioned this at the end of [issue818]. After largely fruitless research,
> the subject line here is formulated to contain as many keywords as possible.
> I believe I've found the culprit, but I haven't quite found the fix.
If you are using PS/2 mouse, I have following workaround:
use /dev/psm0 instead of /dev/sysmouse and stop using moused.
> The bug:
> Running certain clients under Xorg will, after a brief period of mouse activity,
> 'stick' the cursor to the top left of the screen; click events still work,
> movement does not. "Certain clients" are Metacity, Firefox, and gtk-demo,
> suggesting gtk2 is the common cause.
> Other clients, such as twm, xmms, and xterm, are fine. gdm is also fine, go figure.
> Assumed steps to reproduce:
> Build pkgsrc-2007Q3's x11/gtk2 and its dependencies from scratch. Build
> pkgsrc/wm/metacity (or just use gtk-demo). startx, exit your wm if necessary,
> attempt to use any of the culprit programs.
> All packages in question are from pkgsrc-2007Q3, run on my 1.11.0-PREVIEW built
> 23-Nov-2007. The gtk2 in that tree is version 2.12.0.
> How should I force pkgsrc to build with -O at most?
> Looks like Metacity, at least, eventually winds up ignoring the definition of
> BSD_INSTALL_PROGRAM in mk.conf even after detecting it during configure. Is
> there really no nice way to preserve debugging symbols other than 'overloading'
> strip to do nothing? Is this a job for a varsym?
> messages: 3882
> nosy: floid
> priority: bug
> status: unread
> title: gtk2 related: X mouse pointer jumps and sticks to top left corner
> topic: pkgsrc
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