Re: mouse tracking
Fri, 11 Feb 2005 10:21:20 -0800
Craig Ringer wrote:
On Fri, 2005-02-11 at 09:39 -0800, Hendrik Greving wrote:
i was asking that question a couple of days before, but haven't got an
idea. Apologize that I try to ask that one more time. I like to create a
widget which behaves simlar to e.g. vmware. If you click into it, the
mouse should be captured within the widget. I do that by grabMouse() and
set the mouse back to the widget border if the cursor is dragged
outside the widget. That works, but unfortunately, you can see the
cursor outside the widget before the new coordinates are being set. It
looks grubby if the cursor bounces at the outside frame of the widget.
Do you have an idea to make it more comfortable?
Hide the cursor and draw your own? I think that's what most such apps
whats the difference if i have an own cursor?
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