Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 838970
Mouse unresponsive for 2 seconds after keypress
Last modified: 2013-08-01 04:30:45 EDT
Description of problem:
Mouse is unresponsive for 2 seconds after any keypress. Scroll wheel, mouse buttons and movement have no effect. It's quite annoying, and for a long time seemed to be some sort of intermittent lockup.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
using Fedora 17
Steps to Reproduce:
1. press any key on keyboard.
2. immediately move mouse.
Mouse appears frozen for approximately 2 seconds
mouse should move as normal even when keys are pressed.
Problem occurs on laptop touchpad, and usb mouse when a key is pressed on either the laptop keyboard or a usb keyboard.
a keypress also stops the mouse while the mouse is moving.
mouse input is discarded rather than queued as is sometimes the case with momentary crashes.
Clock keeps updating while mouse is unresponsive, and keyboard has no delay problems.
An update seems to have fixed the issue, or there is a more complicated precursor condition to trigger the issue.
The problem seems to still be present(possibly intermittently) when using my laptop touchpad.
do you have syndaemon running? enabled in gnome in the touchpad settings "disable touchpad while typing"
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