Summary: Bug 1159 on Windows x64 bit
Creator:Mr. Cooper Date:2010-04-05 23:03:47
Project:K-Meleon Owner:.Nobody
Status:Closed - Duplicate Severity:Normal
Version:1.5.4 Target Version:Unknow

User-agent: K-Meleon/1.5.4

It's the same as bug 1159, but it affects 64-bit editions of Windows instead.

Issue: K-Meleon screws with the mouse. When selecting text or "drawing" (mouse-dragging on a flash element), the browser interprets the mouse as starting about 4cm higher than it actually is.

Effect: When selecting text, the text is highlighted starting several lines about the mouse cursor. When "drawing" on flash (for exmaple, using to draw) a roughly vertical line is drawn ~3cm above the mouse down to the current position, then drawing works as it should (until the mouse-click is released). If the mouse is moving sideways quickly, the "vertical" line becomes slanted. Holding Shift while drawing seems to correct this for flash. To correctly select text I must click where I want to begin selecting, then hold shift and click the end of the selection.

Mr. Cooper  2010-04-05 23:09:07
Edit: I'm using Windows 7 64-bit

Update: Holding the shift key in Flash allows only for straight-line drawing, not curved lines. Text-selecting has a workaround, but not Flash "drawing". There is no effective work-around for this bug when using Flash.
kko  2010-04-06 20:29:15
See bug 1159

[Changed Status from "Unconfirmed" to "Closed - Duplicate"]

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