On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 11:30 AM, Gerd Hoffmann <kra...@redhat.com> wrote:
>> >> Hi,
>> >>
>> >> With SDL, unlike GTK, the mouse does not move outside the window. So I
>> >> have to use Ctrl-Alt-G to release focus and then click in the other
>> >> window. After two switches the reported issue occurs. Indeed, the Alt
>> >> key seems to go into a state in which it is stuck. When trying to
>> >> exclude my own keyboard being at fault, I've also noticed the right
>> >> Alt key on my keyboard cannot be used for the release.
>> >
>> > Which qemu version?  There have been a bunch of SDL2 fixes in the 2.12
>> > devel cycle already, so if you are on 2.11 still please try git master
>> > and see whenever that improves things.
>> >
>> > cheers,
>> >   Gerd
>> >
>> Hi.
>> This was with my own qemu master builds as of yesterday.
> Including most recent ui pull request (commit 
> 5e8d6a12d643a38b82a0a713a77d1192117dbdca) ?
> I'm wondering that you need Ctrl-Alt-G in the first place, sdl2 and gtk
> should have identical behavior here (i.e. no ctrl-alt-g needed in case a
> tablet or other absolute ptr device is present).
> cheers,
>   Gerd

I went on to compile dgibson's rep which includes that commit. But the
issue remains.
I normally use -usb-mouse -usb-kbd in the command line, as these work
for Mac OS 9.x up to 10.5. Using -usb-tablet allows the mouse to
travel outside the GUI and seems to circumvent the issue in OSX
guests, but Mac OS 9.x  guests do not work with -usb-tablet.


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