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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0015642||Scribus||General||public||2019-04-10 10:45||2019-04-10 17:01|
|Reporter||Colin Whyles||Assigned To|
|Platform||Mac Pro||OS||macos Mojave||OS Version||10.14.5|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0015642: 'Right-click' on trackpad makes cursor jump upwards|
|Description||When bringing up the context-sensitive menu with a right-click on an Apple Magic trackpad using a two-finger tap, the cursor jumps vertically. This means that the incorrect menu is sometimes obtained if clicking near the top of an object or the object is small.|
|Steps To Reproduce||This does not happen if the trackpad is set to produce a right click with a single finer tap in the bottom corner. It is a rather strange bug!|
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not sure if you're seeing what i see...
in my case, if i'm not more than careful, the document scrolls when doing the two-finger tap for the context menu.
this always happens if i put the finger vertically. if they are perfectly horizontal, i can get a context menu without any movement.
in other programs (like firefox right now) i never get any movement when doing the two finger tap.
no idea if scribus can fix this or if it's a qt thing...
p.s.: of course, i'm on a very different computer: linux on dell... so it does not seem to be an hardware issue...
scribus_right_click.mp4 (107,982 bytes)
||can confirm the strange scrolling on a macbook (sometimes even with perfectly horizontal aligned fingertips) – no jumping cursor and no vertical movement here.|