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IDProjectCategoryView StatusLast Update
0004725The Dark ModGUIpublic18.07.2018 16:31
ReporterAluminumHaste Assigned ToObstler  
PrioritynormalSeveritynormalReproducibilityalways
Status resolvedResolutionfixed 
PlatformX64OSWindowsOS Version7
Product VersionTDM 2.06 
Target VersionTDM 2.07Fixed in VersionTDM 2.07 
Summary0004725: When clicking EAX on/off there's 2 mouse cursors on screen
DescriptionWhen toggling EAX setting you get a popup, and there's 2 mouse cursors.
TagsNo tags attached.

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related to 0004658 closedObstler Changing EAX/EFX setting in GUI generates repetitive modal messages 

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AluminumHaste

AluminumHaste

06.01.2018 14:29

developer  

grayman

grayman

07.01.2018 17:10

administrator   ~0009987

This also happens in 2.05. (Did you not test it there?)

It's a minor issue. The cursor for the message box is active. The cursor in the background is not.

Moving to 2.07.
AluminumHaste

AluminumHaste

07.01.2018 18:06

developer   ~0009989

I see, I've never noticed it before, but it does indeed affect 2.05.
Obstler

Obstler

18.07.2018 10:01

developer   ~0010696

This is the case for changing the audio settings to an unsupported Surround Sound setup, too. (If I want to change to Dolby 7.1, for example).

It is not the case for the popup message shown when reloading the script files via reloadScript in the console.

The latter one uses the gui specified in guis/mainmenu_message.gui. I wasn't able to find the gui used for the eax and Surround Sound settings, though.
stgatilov

stgatilov

18.07.2018 13:11

administrator   ~0010698

I think mainmenu_settings_audio.gui describes surround sound and eax menus.
Durandall

Durandall

18.07.2018 14:26

reporter   ~0010699

Gui options fire off sound commands to the sdk.

Sound commands from gui events.
Session_menu.cpp:807

Message box logic. (Where the double mouse issue comes from)
Session_menu.cpp:1119
Obstler

Obstler

18.07.2018 16:30

developer   ~0010701

The idUserInterface class does not implement a function to hide the cursor it seems. A simple "fix" is to hide the cursor of the menu gui behind the prompt. I tested it and it works well.

Uploaded with rev #7580 (The line in the code is marked with my name).
Obstler

Obstler

18.07.2018 16:31

developer   ~0010702

See above

Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
06.01.2018 14:29 AluminumHaste New Issue
06.01.2018 14:29 AluminumHaste File Added: post-529-0-11508000-1515203157.jpg
07.01.2018 17:10 grayman Note Added: 0009987
07.01.2018 17:10 grayman Target Version TDM 2.06 => TDM 2.07
07.01.2018 18:06 AluminumHaste Note Added: 0009989
28.05.2018 14:26 stgatilov Relationship added related to 0004658
18.07.2018 10:01 Obstler Note Added: 0010696
18.07.2018 13:11 stgatilov Note Added: 0010698
18.07.2018 14:26 Durandall Note Added: 0010699
18.07.2018 16:30 Obstler Note Added: 0010701
18.07.2018 16:30 Obstler Assigned To => Obstler
18.07.2018 16:30 Obstler Status new => assigned
18.07.2018 16:31 Obstler Note Added: 0010702
18.07.2018 16:31 Obstler Status assigned => resolved
18.07.2018 16:31 Obstler Fixed in Version => TDM 2.07
18.07.2018 16:31 Obstler Resolution open => fixed