bug dans préference


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Club iGen
25 Mars 2001
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system préferences < souris
Je met la vitesse de gissement de la souris au max.
Pas de problème, la vitesseest rapide, comme ca doit l'être.
Mais lorsque je quitte un jeu, ... (tout ce qu est en plein écran) ou que le debrache la souris, je me retrouve avec une vitesse de glissement de al souris normal.
Cela vient il de chez moi ou ce bug est il connu ?
Est-ce un bug ?
Ma config de moment: OS 10.1 sur un imac dv 400.
320 Mb de ram. Pas de périf autre que le clavier
A si, ethernet.
Ce bug apparrait aussi bien avec des versions beta que des versions finalisées

ps: ou puis je trouvé une page qui rescense les bug connus du systeme ,


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Permanent mouse speed-up
Wed, Oct 24 at 08:13PM • from: robg
Although I've previously published an article on Turbocharging Your Mouse", the method described in that article had problems - it didn't stick after a screensaver or USB hub switch, for example.

Carsten Klapp has addressed the problem in a much lower-level manner, by creating the AppleUSBMouse Turbo Edition kernel extension. Carsten modified the Darwin source code to greatly speed up the mouse tracking. His page details how he did this, and provides enough information for you to hack the file yourself, if you're so inclined and have the Dev Tools installed. The nice thing about the low-level solution is that it changes the actual default "slow" speed ... so even though I still have the problem of the mouse speed getting reset when I use my switchbox, it actually gets reset to a HIGHER speed than where I left it!

I'll probably tweak the driver a bit for my own tastes; the method of increasing the speed (by lowering the resolution) seems to make the mouse a bit jumpy. Still, this is a GREAT improvement over the stock settings. For fun, set your mouse speed slider all the way to the right and jump from screen edge to screen edge by just thinking about it!

This is a kernel extension, and theretically could do Bad Things to your computer. However, it doesn't replace any Apple parts, it merely sits on top of them. Also, I've been running it for a few days with no ill effects (other than a reset of my 'uptime' after the first install - you have to restart to get the new extension to load over the default one). If you do have a problem, simply delete the installed extension and reboot (instructions are on Carsten's page).

The beauty of open-source -- if you don't like something and you've got the skills, you can change it!
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