Reload to refresh your session. The controls in sprite editing mode are as follows: Arrow keys move your cursor SPACEBAR places a pixel, Fills an area, or start/finish a line or box Hold ALT and press Kotsbak Also affects project (?) Also affects distribution/package Nominate for series Bug Description Binary package hint: xserver-xorg-core using: Jaunty beta release, nvidia driver version 180.44 (nvidia-glx-180 version: 180.44-0ubuntu1) relevant hardware: Dell transition between screens works how you'd expect, clicking works fine. 2) transition between screens works fine, but the mouse pointer clicks where it shouldn't, for instance right now if I were
I'm also getting pointer error messages in Xorg.0.log miPointerUpdateSprite: Invalid input device pointer miPointerWarpCursor: Invalid input device pointer miPointerConstrainCursor: Invalid input device pointer Martin Olsson (mnemo) on 2009-04-29 affects: xorg-server (Ubuntu) any actual fixes or workarounds better than grabbing a window border? that doesnt work so well in tiling window managers, where this bug is VERY annoying. Jan Klopper (janklopper-innerheight) wrote on 2009-04-27: #9 Yes, im also using Xinerama, but i cannot use Twinview as i have 3 screens attached to two different cards. https://github.com/kylebuch8/WalkAbout---Android/blob/master/src/com/kristyandkyle/walkabout/ui/home/HistoryFragment.java
iamSpOOk (learn) wrote on 2009-06-03: #24 I can crash X reliably - probably because of this bug. Chris Miller (chrisamiller) wrote on 2009-06-28: #34 Marius, Twinview does not support dual monitor setups where just one monitor is rotated 90 degrees (one in landscape, one in portrait) FWIW, it The first color, Black, is transparent. Can't see any of the problems other people here have experienced.
Usually when my mouse gets stuck in one screen I can move it into the lower part of the other screen. The display on my is just a standard X11 session (black screen and the standard X-cursor). If you're not comfortable with fixing a broken x-windows install from the console, I wouldn't recommend going this route... I managed to get mouse warping between screens to work again by holding down the right shift key, believe it or not.
You've found our little secret. If you want to change that palette color to something else, you can click in your master palette to change it. Marius B. click to read more Also My bluetooth adapter on my laptop is recognised.
Your picture didn't get erased! Comments Leave a comment (for backers only) Leafhopper_Farm on August 31, 2016 great video Matt, I hope one day to visit Quail Springs, in the mean time, seeing all the great Thanks Chris Miller (chrisamiller) wrote on 2009-05-21: #20 Xorg.0.log Edit (434.5 KiB, text/plain) Confirming this bug on my system. As with maptiles, you can copy and paste with CTRL+C and CTRL+V and you can also copy palettes with ALT+C and paste them with ALT+V And lastly, You can mirror the
Bryce Harrington (bryce) wrote on 2009-06-26: #28 I've posted a new version of the -nvidia driver to our xorg-edgers PPA, would you mind testing it either on Jaunty or Karmic and https://rpg.hamsterrepublic.com/ohrrpgce/Making_Walkabout_Graphics David Schneider (dnschneid) wrote on 2009-09-29: #50 The PPA page is here: https://launchpad.net/~xorg-edgers/+archive/ppa As it says, you should use the packages as a whole, not picking and choosing, since the packages The big palette of colors is your Master Palette. I was able to confirm that the issue happened before the upgrade when holding a random key as Nicolas mentioned in comment #22.
You will use these 16 colors to draw your picture. Stork (alex-storkey) wrote on 2009-04-26: #6 If you'll look in the Xorg.0.log file there's a lot of messages like this... Skip to content Ignore Learn more Please note that GitHub no longer supports old versions of Firefox. I still got issues with "Invalid input device pointer".
I still get those "invalid input device" messages, but they are far less frequent in this case. Jaunty Dual screens. The important difference is that while maptiles can use any of the 256 available colors, Sprites can only have a palette of 16 colors. See the wide rectangle just below the word Pal 0?
lspci -nn | grep VGA: 01:00.0 VGA compatible controller : nVidia Corporation GeForce 8600M GT [10de:0407] (rev a1) problem: mouse pointer acts oddly when using xinerama on two (different resolution) monitors. He first began dabbling with Dragon voice recognition software in the late 1990s when it was, quite frankly, terrible. robjderr (robjderr) wrote on 2009-04-29: #10 Confirmed for me with Quadro NVS 440 with 4 monitors using twinview, xinerama, and 180.51 driver from NVIDIA.
Draw left facing pictures, copy them to the right facing slots, and reverse them!
I think that the issue has much to do with the physical arrangement of monitors and the number of screens. I can move my cursor from my primary screen to my secondary screen but I can't move it back. Maybe this can help to fix the problem. Errors as reported above appear in the Xorg log.
Edit bug mail Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else Bug attachments Xorg.0.log (edit) output of gconftool-2 -R /desktop/gnome/peripherals (edit) output of xprop -root (edit) xorg.conf (edit) Xorg.0.log (edit) Add attachment • I also am getting the messages in my log: miPointerWarpCursor: Invalid input device pointer miPointerUpdateSprite: Invalid input device pointer miPointerConstrainCursor: Invalid input device pointer Nelson (nrescobar+lp) wrote on 2009-07-16: #37 Doesn't Workarounds as described work in most cases. matthijs (l-m-aangeenbrug+launchpad) wrote on 2009-09-29: #49 My search ended up here: https://launchpad.net/~xorg-edgers/+archive/ppa/+build/1151959 Do i need all these debs / built files below on the page?
For me, this un-sticks it every time, without fail. If you don't have your picture centered just right, you can realign it by holding CAPSLOCK and pressing the arrow keys. Take a look at their Facebook page M + M Media.This video documents the experience of that period of time during my class's participation in the Permaculture Design Certificate Course. Have not figured out a concrete way to fix 3) yet but shifting workspaces or switching windows often seems to do the trick.
mga driver <<<<<<< note (It might not be a nvidia problem... Also, occasionally the cursor can suddenly track back over onto the primary screen and be confined to the screen. This helpful guide gives...https://books.google.co.uk/books/about/The_Complete_Idiot_s_Guide_to_Dreamweave.html?id=vGRgfgxgVtoC&utm_source=gb-gplus-shareThe Complete Idiot's Guide to Dreamweaver CS5.5My libraryHelpAdvanced Book SearchBuy eBook - £19.10Get this book in printAmazon.co.ukBookDepositoryWaterstone'sWHSmithBlackwellFind in a libraryAll sellers»The Complete Idiot's Guide to Dreamweaver CS5.5Cheryl Brumbaugh-DuncanPenguin, Environment is two Nvidia NVS 285 PCI-E cards and four monitors.
Nelson (nrescobar+lp) wrote on 2009-07-16: #36 I also have a matrox g550 agp video card and using xinerama, and I'm also seeing this problem with the mouse suddenly jumping to the Thanks - KentReturn to posts indexReport Post<< PREVIOUS • VIEW ALL • PRINT • NEXT >>© 2017 CreativeCOW.net All Rights Reserved[TOP] My AccountSearchMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TranslatePhotosMoreShoppingFinanceDocsBooksBloggerContactsHangoutsKeepEven more from My blog Created by Matthew McKinney Matthew McKinney 72 backers pledged $7,226 to help bring this project to life. Want to do it with 99% ACCURACY from the day you start?NEW EDITION: UPDATED to cover the latest Dragon Professional Individual v15 for PC & v6 for MacFREE video training included!As