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 Post subject: VMWare slow mouse ONLY over UO window
PostPosted: Wed Nov 17, 2010 6:25 pm 
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Hi All,

Im killing myself over this. Whenever I mouse over the UO window my mouse speed drops at least by half. Its not "lagging" but actually dropping in speed. Everything is still fluid and fast. The window doesn't even have to be in focus. Anytime the mouse moves over the window it goes really slow. I am using VMWare Fusion in Mac OSX.

I have tried the following

Fooling with the CPU reduction in razor and run mouse in separate thread in UO.

XP with and without SP2 - both fresh installs
Installing latest .net
Installing dx10, and the latest dx

Win7 Home Prem - straight up fresh install

Both OS's do the same thing.

I swear this happened to me on my old laptop that's not OSX but straight windows. It was such a long time ago I don't remember the solution to fix.

Im sure I won't forget this time...

Thanks for the help!


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 Post subject: Re: VMWare slow mouse ONLY over UO window
PostPosted: Wed Nov 17, 2010 6:37 pm 
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Mouse movement is normal when using "unity" mode. But unity mode sucks.


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 Post subject: Re: VMWare slow mouse ONLY over UO window
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Im having slow cursor (Only when the game is connected and playing) very lagged, i have the other thread option enabled, the razor cpu disabled, and all the tips of performance of the SA guide, im runing mac with wine with same version of UOSA client.

Any tip?


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