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Old 23 July 2012, 21:04   #1
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Mouse Click Problem With Winuae

I recently bought myself a netbook, and after finding myself using it more than I expected decided to install Winuae on it. Its running on a lowly ATOM, so does show its shortcomings not infrequently, but for the most part its accepable when tuned for speed.

The one main annoyance though is mouse clicking is very temperamental and double clicking timing is way off. Seems a bit unusual that its fast enough to run some moderately demanding software (breathless, xtreme racing, lightwave, etc.) well, but falls down with a simple double mouse click. It behaves this way even when running at 2.2ghz (overclocked), while running Janus UAE at default clock speed (1.6ghz) under AROS has no such issue. For the record this behaviour occurs using both touchpad and a mouse/buttons.
Winuae on my core2 and core-i7 desktop systems however are also fine.

Any ideas or suggestions would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance.

p.s. Im using Winuae 2.4.1
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Old 24 July 2012, 16:56   #2
Toni Wilen
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Not the usual unexplained input latency problem on some systems if WinUAE's priority is set normal or higher?

Same problem if you use another mouse type (windows mouse vs some hid device listed in gameports panel)

btw, mouse click in emulation is not simple, there are huge amount of variables..
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