On 11/26/02 08:56, Sven Neumann wrote:
I think "should" is too strong a word. You said that there was no way to do it. Well, this might be a way. An ugly hack, perhaps, but a way. If you really wanted to do it and had no other means to ...Hi,"Christopher W. Curtis" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:On 11/25/02 06:23, Sven Neumann wrote: > position using plain GDK, but I think there's still no way to warp the > pointer to a different screen location. It's been quite some time since I've done any X programming, but I recall having a function that would bound the pointer within a box. Should this exist, you could bound the cursor and then release it, perhaps after a motion event (I'm not sure how immediately the bounding event happened). :-\please keep in mind that we don't do any X programming here; we need a GDK equivalent. IIRC, you can confine the pointer into a GdkWindow when calling gdk_pointer_grab(). However I did not understand your argumentation above. Are you saying that we should try to warp the pointer by using this functionality?
Whether or not this *should* be done I'll leave up to you.
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