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09-19-2003 22:05

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After running TNT Basic, mouse tracking is set to "super duper" speed, and for the most part you have to restart the machine to get it back to "normal."

OS 9.2.2

It would be nice for the mouse tracking speed to stay what the user has it set to.

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Buddy

09-19-2003 23:37

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Strange... I've never experienced this.

09-21-2003 00:17

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Mark Tully

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That's weird, is it after you've used input sprocket in your game or something? It's sounds like the type of bug that input sprocket could have.

Mark

09-22-2003 13:36

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No, I don't need to use an input sprocket first to get this result.
Actually, I get it when playing any of the danlab games, too. (Again, it happens AFTER I quit the game.)

In Heiroglyph, after I have RUN to test, then the mouse tracking speed is so fast it's tough to edit.

HOWEVER...
I notice it does NOT happen on the G4 at work, under OS 10.2.6. (Again, where I saw it was on 9.2.2.)

I'd say you have bigger fish to fry... just forget it and I'll just set my mouse tracking WAY down when coding in TNT.

Thanks.

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