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bug#5177: 23.1.90; scrollbar thumb stops working after being dragged

From: Ken Brown
Subject: bug#5177: 23.1.90; scrollbar thumb stops working after being dragged
Date: Sat, 12 Dec 2009 11:54:44 -0500
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On 12/12/2009 11:41 AM, Angelo Graziosi wrote:
Il 12/12/2009 17.09, Ken Brown ha scritto:
On 12/12/2009 7:29 AM, Jan Djärv wrote:
Angelo Graziosi skrev:
Ken Brown ha scritto:

It would be helpful if a few people who have built emacs on other
systems could see if they can reproduce this bug. And if you could
report which version of Gtk+ you have, that might help narrow the
problem down.

On Kubuntu-8.04 GTK+ is 2.12.9 and on Kubuntu-9.10 it is 2.18.3 (as
on Cygwin). If it is a GTK+ problem, why other GTK+ applications do
not show that behavior?

...and, it look to me that 23.1 (and the build I did with
CVS-2009.11.14) work better. But perhaps I am wrong (a sort of
illusion :-()

Found the problem.

That fixed it. Thanks.

I still see an unexpected behavior: if I move the mouse pointer on the scrollbar thumb and click with mouse-1 (only a simple click, tic-tac), the thumb stops to follow the scrolling of the buffer I do with mouse wheel; if I re-click in the same manner, it works again. For the remainder, all works as expected.

Yes, I can confirm that. (I have to admit I would never have thought to just click on the thumb without dragging it!)


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