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Old 04-13-2017, 05:27 PM   #1
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Default Dragging of some UI elements unresponsive (macOS) (FIXED)

This appears to be a macOS issue of some sort?

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You can see that clicking and dragging is unreliable.

I've noticed this elsewhere in the UI, however I wasn't logging the behaviour. If/when I notice other locations where this occurs I will try to update this.

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Thanks to karbomusic for the gif. This is the behaviour that I think should be expected.
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I've now encountered this on 2 other macOS systems.

Very annoying
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Old 04-17-2017, 05:52 AM   #3
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If you move the mouse slowly, or wiggle it a little, will the cursor change (indicating that the drop will succeed)?
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If you move the mouse slowly, or wiggle it a little, will the cursor change (indicating that the drop will succeed)?
Probably 90% of the time, yes. Moving very slowly or wiggling will trigger the drag.

Sometimes I can't get the drag action to trigger at all though.

I have tried this on Windows since reporting this, and it works much better there.
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Yeah I think it's due to macOS's handling of mouse move events, fixing.
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Thx very much Justin and hope you had a very Zen Week !
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Yeah I think it's due to macOS's handling of mouse move events, fixing.
Must be a rea l pain having to cater for more than 1 os. ?
Devs kinda have to be doing 3 times the work when there's reaco.os just in waiting to be made public.
1 os that totally optimizes and deals with audio/video/\-+basic net features.
Open to all,cockos on autopilot. =)
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