Left clicky, it no worky! Argh!
S. Dale Morrey
sdalemorrey at gmail.com
Mon Nov 18 07:38:12 MST 2013
Sorry I thought I did mention that.
We have 5 accounts, mine is the only one that uses gnome as the default,
the others are all setup to use unity by default.
When I switch my account to unity it works. When I switch either of the
other accounts to use gnome it works.
When I use gnome, it doesn't work. That's what's so maddening about it :)
On Mon, Nov 18, 2013 at 6:58 AM, Olli Ries <olli at olli-ries.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 18, 2013 at 6:41 AM, S. Dale Morrey <ries.oliverg at gmail.com
> > Ok seriously this is stupid but I haven't ever seen anything quite like
> > Ubuntu did an update to the latest version and as far as I know that's
> > only change... (caveat, I share this computer with 3 small children who
> > appear to be able to enable screen reader and other accessibility options
> > seemingly at random, despite my best efforts to lock the system down).
> > I have 5 accounts on this computer. We use 2 different desktops, gnome
> > unity. Left click works fine on any account under Unity, but under Gnome
> > it's not working, but only with my account. I have no desire to use
> > if I can avoid it, but the wife and kids dig it. Also left click is
> > working fine in the login screen, it's just gnome, specifically my gnome
> > that's having the issue.
> > Seems like that would be a settings issue to me but I've no idea where to
> > enable it. Anybody else ever encounter anything similar? Thanks!
> I just checked with the maintainers and it's not reported as known issue
> I am a bit confused, you are saying "...but under Gnome it's not working,
> but only with my account" and then "it's just gnome, specifically my gnome
> that's having the issue". So, which one is it :)
> One easy way to check if it's PEBKAC or not is to check in the guest
> session whether the problem exists
> I'll give Gnome a try later today myself.
> cya, Olli
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