[winswitch] Mouse button behavior.

carl langlois crl.langlois at gmail.com
Wed Apr 22 18:02:21 BST 2020


No i currently do not have specific step to reproduce since it is happening
randomly. I will try to see if i can have reproducible step.
Yes it is windows client.
We have different connection speed and lot of variation in latency. It seem
to happen more frequently on bad connection. Your guess seems to be a good
one..

I will run the server with the -d mouse and see what happens.

Thanks and regards
Carl


On Wed, Apr 22, 2020 at 10:32 AM Antoine Martin via shifter-users <
shifter-users at lists.devloop.org.uk> wrote:

> > Hi,
> >
> > Many time the mouse button behave incorrectly. When this happen the left
> > mouse button seem to do a right click instead of left click. In this
> > situation clicking on the right button will put the situation back to
> > normal.
> Do you have specific steps to reproduce this problem?
> Is it a regression?
> Is this using MS Windows as client perhaps?
>
> > Any hints on what to look for or option to try. to debug this behavior.
> This sort of thing is quite hard to debug, you may want to run the
> server with `xpra start -d mouse` then you can look for button events in
> the log as `xtest_fake_button`.
> Button 1 is the left, 3 is right. (True for pressed, False for unpressed)
>
> If that doesn't clear things up, please create a ticket with
> reproducible steps. I should be able to fix that.
> My guess is that we don't get the button release event for some reason
> (maybe sent to another window when we don't have focus).
>
> Cheers,
> Antoine
>
> >
> > Thanks and regards.
> > Carl
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