It could also be a configuration problem with the pointing device.
This can be very miss-configured and still seem to be functioning
correctly most of the time.
On Wednesday 15 December 2004 11:47, Sven Neumann wrote:
> Ian Molton <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > I've built gimp 2.2 on my system and since added a second head. I
> > find that if I create a large image and display it on my secondary
> > head (1600x1200) I cannot draw past 1024 pixels horizontally. If I
> > try, the cursor snaps back to the left, leaving a horizontal line
> > I use a painting tool.
> > on the primary head (1024x768, to the left of the 1600x1200 head) I
> > can paint as normal, since the screen is only 1024 pixels wide.
> > This is clearly a bug, even in the non-xinerama case since the
> > pixel I should be allowed to reach in that case would be 1023,
> > scrolling, surely?
> Well, it is probably a bug, but certainly not in GIMP but rather in
> your X server.
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