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Wow. To say that that puzzles me would be putting it mildly. I swear (loudly and copiously) that it was working on my machine. Then again, I have lots of development stuff there and ... oh, joy, multiple files with similar names. Sigh.simplesi wrote:Its always the little things that go wrong
I always VNC into my Pi so its not a physical keyboard/mouse issue I don't thinkAs for the mouse button response issue, all I can say right now is that it seems to be very keyboard related and that it isn't changed by the usb changes on a B+. I'll be adding some diagnostic code to the vm soon.
Wow. You certainly have taken some time. Amazing.ghp wrote: have taken some time to execute some test cases with new scratch.
Mine take on this isThe doubleclick performance is not perfect, as in few cases this 'doubleclick-event' is lost.
I pretty much agree. Part of the problem is that the self-same code works perfectly well on other machines and even work pretty well on some of my Pi's. On my B+ it's not too good with one keyboard and terrible with another. It seems to get worse if the Pi has been busy for some time - possible small temperature issue?simplesi wrote:To clarify - if its not usable - it doesn't matter how fast you can't use it
Target audience is 9 Yrs old with the attention span and allowance for error that goes with that age
What are your keyboards/mouse response like running normal 1.4 on your Pi?it's not too good with one keyboard and terrible with another.
Now *that* is an interesting observation. I have no idea what it tells us, but maybe it will provide a clue.ghp wrote:Edit: when executing this test in presentation mode, all clicks are counted. So the assumption is, that the problem is related with some script animation thing.