[mythtv-users] Strange Menu Button Behavior in Myth
Michael J. Lynch
mlynch at gcom.com
Thu Mar 24 15:01:06 UTC 2005
You need to back off the version of QT you are using to
3.3.4-2.0.2 or earlier. This problem starts occurring with
Jim Oltman wrote:
>No prob about firing back questions, thats how you get an answer. To
>answer your Q's, I don't compile. I am using FC3 and am installing
>from FTP site (my own internal). I am then using ATRPMs to install
>nvidia, kernel, lirc, myth etc.
>On Thu, 24 Mar 2005 09:54:59 -0500, Ken Edwards <kejaed at gmail.com> wrote:
>>I have seen this on my GFs laptop that runs FC3, but not on a Gentoo
>>machine or Mac OS X.
>>I haven't had the time lately to troubleshoot, but my first guess
>>might be a bad binary somewhere.
>>You say you rebuilt your frontend a bunch of times, so I'm guessing
>>that you are building from source. What about QT, have you upgraded
>>that? Is that compiled from source or a binary?
>>Sorry about just firing back questions, but that's all I have at the
>>moment as well!
>>On Thu, 24 Mar 2005 08:48:06 -0600, Jim Oltman <cnliberal at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>I have been having issues with the buttons in Myth. Buttons in the
>>>setup, buttons when I go to exit out are all acting strange. When I
>>>use the keyboard to scroll to the button I want, I hit either ENTER or
>>>the SPACE BAR and the app just sits there looking at me. The button
>>>actually depresses on screen, but Myth does nothing. If I move my
>>>mouse around enough, I can get the buttons to light up (like they are
>>>highlighted) and then I click on the button and the command executes
>>>immidiately (I don't actually see the mouse cursor, but I know it's
>>>there and just being hidden by the app). It's very strange. In
>>>Jarod's Guide, there is a section on keeping focus on the mouse, so I
>>>did that after I started seeing this behavior and haven't seen any
>>>difference. I must have rebuilt my frontend half a dozen times in the
>>>past 2 months and this is the first time I have seen this happen. I
>>>am not sure if this is relevant, but it seems like after I got my LIRC
>>>working to the point of seeing output from IRRECORD, I started having
>>>this issue. Using the remote on my frontend doesn't work in MYTH yet,
>>>but that is a seperate thread. Anyone seen this or have any clues?
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