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  • #4043

    Crispy Critter
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    I’ve noticed that if I’m in “Skip All Moves” mode and I want to cancel, my mouse pointer better be very near where the Cancel button is located. This is because moving the mouse pointer causes the cancel countdown to speed up.

    This is happening under Linux (compiled from tarball on CentOS 4).

    #25522

    jdog
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    @Crispy Critter wrote:

    I’ve noticed that if I’m in “Skip All Moves” mode and I want to cancel, my mouse pointer better be very near where the Cancel button is located. This is because moving the mouse pointer causes the cancel countdown to speed up.

    This is happening under Linux (compiled from tarball on CentOS 4).

    Don’t use linux?

    #25523

    comedown
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    It seems to happen on windows too, although I might just be imagining things.

    #25524

    DireWolf
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    Maybe….. its not the timer speeding up, it’s life slowing down 😯

    #25525

    comedown
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    @direwolf wrote:

    Maybe….. its not the timer speeding up, it’s life slowing down 😯

    That’s deep.

    #25526

    cbx550f
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    I must say – I feel a bit better now. Seemed to me that every thime I wanted to stop the “skip all moves” the timer went nuts. lol

    #25527

    imported_gcamp
    Participant

    By jingo your right….fixed.

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