|Subject:||Re: [Qemu-devel] [PATCH] Experimental Cocoa Video Driver|
|Date:||Sun, 10 Apr 2005 15:07:10 +0200|
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René Korthaus wrote:
I meant a simple switch to set whether you want mouse grabbing or not, cause if you want to do this in qemu+sdl, you have to patch many files. I personally don't like this whole mouse grabbing thing.
The cocoa-Aproach does not use SDL at all, it is an alternative to SDL. Mouse and Key Grabbing is handled completly by cocoa.m. The cocoa-Aproach is meant to add a userfriendly GUI to qemu under OS X.
In order to be able to use elements outside qemu (like for examples a toolbar with a button to switch cdrom-images) you must have a way to ungrab on the fly. I use the same ctrl+alt as in SDL.
Never the less, one could make an Menu- / Prefferencepanel entry for enabling/disabling mousegrab for Console-Style Guest-OSes
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