Original Input problem.

graudeejs

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sometimes (pretty often) when i type, i don't see what i typed until i move mouse.

I have usb mouse and usb keyb (which i was using as ps/2 keyb)
anyway bough ways ps/2 and usb have this porblem.

I think it's X bug.
Yesterday everything worked well... [i was updating ports and updated Xserver), today, when i turned on PC, problems started....

My videocard is ATI [if it helps]



Frankly this is starting to get on my nerves. Can't use FreeBSD without problems for single month....
[Considering restore backup, OpenBSD, OpenSUSE.....]
Used to be Big FreeBSD fan/defender/user, now i wouldn't say that it's more stable than linux....


EDIT:
I'm sorry, i might have overreacted, but i really have bad experience for last few weeks, if not more already.
 

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so why do you actually blame FreeBSD, when you think it's an X.org problem?
 

danger@

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Is there a better alternative?
 

Djn

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I want to be able to delete posts.
Failing that, being passingly good at reading would also work.
 

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killasmurf86 said:
sometimes (pretty often) when i type, i don't see what i typed until i move mouse.

Updating the xorg-server to the current version has been known to fix the "slow keyboard input" issue.

Actually, if your X components have not all been rebuilt for 7.4, it might be wise to do a portupgrade -arf and go fishing :)
 
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graudeejs

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I had new 7.4, i simply updated x11/xorg-server

anyway, i will restore from backup and no more software updates till 7.2 or 8r
[today I feel much better :D, sorry for my stupid post]
 
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