Jean-Baptiste Mardelle <> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Jean-Baptiste Mardelle <> ---
It seems like xinput recently added support for Shuttle devices, which passes
the events to Qt. Unfortunately the support seems limited and there is no way
to make the difference between a mouse wheel event and a shuttle wheel event
through xinput > Qt. So I would recommend that you disable the shuttle device
in xinput. This way, the device is only managed by our internal Kdenlive code
and will only affect the timeline seeking. To disable the device under xinput,
open a terminal:

xinput list

Will print a list of detected device. For me:
↳ CAVS SpaceShuttle A/V                     id=13   [slave  pointer  (2)]

xinput set-int-prop 13 "Device Enabled" 8 0
(where 13 is the device id given from the above command).

This will disable the handling of the device by xinput and you then need to
enable the shuttle in Kdenlive's settings dialog.

Should fix most of the crashes you experienced since shuttle buttons were
recognized as mouse clicks and interfered with expected behavior. Please let me
know if it helps.

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