[NTB] Re: Bugs
>> 1) Sometimes the mouse pointer disappears while doing somethingThe rodent is a Logitech MouseMan Wheel, PS/2 model, using the standard
>> with the clipbook (Win 98 and NT).
> What kind of mouse are you using? I have not seen it with a
> standard serial mouse. Driver perhaps?
Logitech PS/2 driver that's included with the OS.
>>1) Sometimes the mouse pointer disappears while doing something withselecting
>> the clipbook (Win 98 and NT).
>>2) The tray icon's context menu doesn't go away unless you select an
>> item. To see what I mean, try invoking the menu and then instead of
To be a little more specific about the 2. issue, the menu remains not only
visible but functional too, so it's obviously not a problem with the
graphics device or driver :-)
> Both looks for me rather than a problem with the graphics card driver,I don't think so, since NoteTab Pro is the only piece of software showing
> than with NoteTab itself.
> But I have similar probs with the MS Internet Explorer on my machine (IEI don't remember having experienced anything like that.
> 4.0 v. 4.72.x) - when going over a link, the mouse-pointer often
> disappears and comes back only when the mouse was moved a little right
> a little left ...
> Therefore comes my idea, that there could be a similar reason for theDoubtful, but thanks anyway :-)
> probs you posted.
- Hi Sami,
>1) Sometimes the mouse pointer disappears while doing something with theI don't think this has anything to do with NoteTab, but rather a problem
>clipbook (Win 98 and NT).
with your graphics or mouse driver.
>2) The tray icon's context menu doesn't go away unless you select an item.The system tray menu wants the corresponding application window on top of
>To see what I mean, try invoking the menu and then instead of selecting an
>item click on some other window or the desktop. No matter what you do, the
of Z-order in order to behave properly. In order to enforce this, I would
have to make the NoteTab window come to the front whenever you right click
on its icon. I tried this for a while during the beta stage and it
irritated me so much that I preferred reverting to the current behavior. I
think the price to pay for this is pretty insignificant.
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