A Divendres 16 Maig 2008, Christopher Judd va escriure: > On Friday 16 May 2008, Leopold Palomo Avellaneda wrote: > > Hi, > > > > I have a weird problem with the mouse and I don't know what's happen. > > Since yesterday that I upgraded testing (before was working) my > > system worked ok, normal, as it has to work. > > > > But, when it upgraded X.org I got a problem that I had haven with the > > same version in unstable. Now, this version have arrived to testing > > and I got the same problem. > > > > I don't know how to describe it. Simple, the simple click have > > disappeared, but not completely. For example, if I click over a work > > in a editor (gedit or kedit) I have not the cursor over the word, I > > have the whole word selected, as if I have done double click and not > > simple click. > > > > Also, the menu entries are very difficult to chose, because I must > > keep the click done or the entry disappear. For example, the in > > qt4config, I _only_ could activate the entry menus with keyboard > > because I couldn't with the mouse. > > > > I posted this error in the debian-kde list when I had it the first > > time, but none said something. But now, looking a bit more deeply, > > it's not a problem of qt programs, it's a general problem of all X > > apps (with all users also) > > > > Any ideas? > > > > Regards, > > > > Leo > > Hi, Leo, > > This sounds like a problem that I had a while ago with my home box, > which I had temporarily changed from testing to unstable. Apparently > the file /etc/X11/xorg.conf had not been properly updated. A > dpkg-reconfigure fixed the problem. > > -Chris Hi Chris, first to say that I did a mistake. The correct bug is: http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=474278 and yes, it's possible that dpkg-reconfigure solve this. The question is that xserver.xorg have changed a default policy about a minimun xorg.conf file and the SendCoreEvents, so my old xorg.conf was wrong. Regards, Leo -- -- Linux User 152692 PGP: 0xF944807E Catalonia
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