[Gtkradiant] [Bug 756] New: Mac OS X: Right-Click Mouse 2D-view Panning cuases uncontrolled movement

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Wed, 12 Feb 2003 09:46:20 -0600


           Summary: Mac OS X: Right-Click Mouse 2D-view Panning cuases
                    uncontrolled movement
           Product: GtkRadiant
           Version: 1.3
          Platform: All
        OS/Version: MacOS X
            Status: NEW
          Severity: normal
          Priority: P2
         Component: editor
        AssignedTo: ttimo@idsoftware.com
        ReportedBy: dave@eskimospy.com


Using Right-Click to Pan 2D view causes uncontrolled panning to the postive X
direction. (Y direction in ZY view)

On any pan in the main 2D window, regardless of direction, the view jumps the
the farthest -x direction, and then begins rapidly panning in the +x direction.
The actual mouse pointer jumps to the rightmost edge of the screen, and moving
the pointer back into the large 2D view stops the panning the moment the pointer
re-enters the view (no clicking or other action required)

The mouse pointer jumping occurs in the height window as well, however due to
the lack of left/right panning, the view remains constant, but up/down panning
requires tremendous mouse movement (top of mousepad to bottom of mousepad
several times to pan view 64 units)

I have reproduced this on two systems, both OS 10.2.3, against builds created
against both Apple's original X11, and the updated X11 released on 2003.02.10

System Specs
Machine 1:
GeForce4 MX
993MHz  G4
512M RAM
OS 10.2.3
Microsoft Optical Mouse
Microsoft Natural Keyboard

Machine 2:
GeForce4 MX
Dual 1GHz G4s
1 Gig RAM
OS 10.2.3
Kensinton Optical Mouse
MS Natural Keyboard