I tried with others and with the same effect. So the culprit lies in
OBS, I guess. Sorry for the false alarm.
On 10/1/15, Michael Stapelberg wrote:
> Have you tried reproducing this problem with any other window manager that
> offers a tabbed mode?
> On Thu, Oct 1, 2015 at 12:36 PM, Zenny wrote:
>> Having problem with redundant mouse capture in OBS running with i3-wm.
>> When the mouse is moved to change some recording settings in the OBS
>> interface at the bottom or in the canvas, the mouse movement for those
>> modifications gets displayed in the canvas and gets recorded in the
>> final input, even when there is no source of screen capture of the
>> machine in which OBS is running.
>> This problem is only when in the tabbed mode, but not in the tiling
>> mode of i3-wm. By changing the tabbed mode ($MOD+w) to tiling mode
>> ($MOD+e), the mouse movements for OBS settings modifications
>> disappears and that is what actually desired.
>> Posted a bug report to OBS guys:
>> https://obsproject.com/mantis/view.php?id=340 and posting here if that
>> has to anything with i3-wm?
> Best regards,