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See the last post of this thread for the details. I have a fresh full disk encrypted install of Linux Mint 18 Mate bit on an Acer EGVG laptop, with the "install third-party software" option checked during the install process. More specifically, when I move my finger along the touchpad, instead of the on-screen cursor smoothly updating in time with my finger movements, it will jerkily move as if I am making small and short inputs in the direction I want it to go.
It also will not cover the same on-screen distance as it would when the system was first logged on to, requiring a lot of very frustrating input to navigate to options. Also, I find that in a few cases, I also had to click on things more than once to activate or toggle them, which should not be the case.
Any help would be appreciated. Re: Mouse stuttering or lagging, help please. Just as before, the system was fine initially, and then some short amount of time later, no more than a minute, the same mouse problems occurred.
I should note that the live boot was as "clean" as I could make it in that while my wireless card was recognized, I chose not to log onto any network. Sadly, the same issue was still present.Buying new hardware is always a delightful occasion. One, you're getting new stuff, and two, you can debug all sorts of curious and weird problems, and then share them with the world.
For me, this happened with the G50 machine and a recent review attempt of Linux Mint In my case, the touchpad was working, but it could not be configured. You might be facing the same problem. The touchpad settings menu is grayed out, the GUI says Synaptics driver is not loaded or is not usedand if you try a few fancy tricks from the command line, then you will get the following complaint: Couldn't find synaptics properties. No synaptics driver loaded? So let's fix it, shall we.
Anyhow, let's recap briefly. Touchpad works, no way to configure it. You will see a red warning at the top of the Touchpad control module, when you launch it from the Settings menu. The options are all grayed out, and you cannot make any modifications, which results in accidental clicks and much frustration. The real and simple and relatively safe fix is just to install a new kernel.
At the moment, Rebecca is using the 3. This is a really good option, because you can always switch into a different kernel in the GRUB menu, should anything not to be your liking. There's no harm to your system, and you do not need to mess with configuration files and system options, which you might not fully understand.
To wit, fire up the update manager in Rebecca KDE. Under View, click Linux Kernels. This will open a menu, allowing to choose from a long list of available kernel versions, including any notes and warnings on stability. Choose the latest kernel and install it.
In our case, this is 3. At this point, you should be able to open the Touchpad settings menu, and it will work. Now you can tweak the Touchpad behavior to your liking. For instance, you might want to turn taps off, to avoid accidental mouse clicks while typing. Bob's your uncle. There you go.
Simple solutions are always the best option, and you should try them first.The information here builds on the main Bluetooth article, and assumes the user has already followed any installation, configuration, or troubleshooting from that article. When dual booting Windows and Linux, you may find yourself having to re-pair your Bluetooth mouse again and again.
This will happen every time you switch OS, because when you pair your device, your Bluetooth service generates a unique set of pairing keys. First, your computer stores the Bluetooth device's mac address and pairing key.
Second, your Bluetooth device stores your computer's mac address and the matching key. This usually works fine, but the mac address for your Bluetooth port will be the same on both Linux and Windows it is set on the hardware level. However, when you re-pair the device in Windows or Linux, it generates a new key. That key overwrites the previously stored key on the Bluetooth device.
Windows overwrites the Linux key and vice versa. To fix the problem, follow the instructions on this post at StackExchange. If you experience mouse lag you can try to increase the polling rate.
See Mouse polling rate for more information. Also, you can use hcitool in bluez-hcitool AUR to change latency parameters of the device:. Note that this method is only effective for the current connection.
If the mouse gets disconnected, you'll need to execute again. Alternatively, you can change the default latency settings via debugfs. If the mouse stops working but works again after restarting bluetooth, you may need to disable USB autosuspend for the selected device. The issue may also lie in the device timeout and HID settings. See Thinkpad Bluetooth Laser Mouse problems.
If you are using a Logitech device, this issue may be resolved by following the procedure in Problems with the Logitech BLE mouse M, M, anywhere mouse 2, etc. If you are experiencing that your Thinkpad Bluetooth Laser Mouse rapidly connects and then after a few milliseconds disconnects again every few seconds when you move the mouse or press a buttontry pairing it with the code instead pairing without a code. If the above is unhelpful, the issue may be in the device timeout settings.
These changes will prevent device timeout in order to remain connected. The second setting enables userspace HID handling for bluetooth devices. Restart bluetooth. You also may need a reboot and to re-pair the device. The Kensington Expert Wireless Trackball has default polling rates in the ms range, which make it laggy. In some case, the mouse is paired but not moving when used. The device add to be trusted and unblocked.GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.
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Already on GitHub? Sign in to your account. Cinnamon 2. This manifests as a slight, but noticeable stutter when sliding the window around, which makes the desktop experience seem laggy - it's extremely noticeable when I boot from Cinnamon into Windows 7, where windows slide around smoothly.
I hate to say "me too", but Everything else seems OK, it's just window dragging that is an issue. And the "stutter" is noticable, after which the window just jumps to the next point. It seems to happen when dragging any window chrome, uxterm. Let me know what other supporting info I can provide. I can't find anything interesting in my system logs.Linux Mint Mouse And Touchpad Settings - How to Fix
I'm experiencing these same issues too. I'm running the latest Cinnamon from the nightly ppa on Ubuntu I run a multihead system on arch linux with cinnamon 2. They both exibit the same behavior, extremly laggy windows when moving or sizing. Im using the opensource drivers atm. Will try catalyst once they are updated to work. I can confirm the same behaviour on my laptop; using Manjaro Linux and Cinnamon 2.
I dind't have this issue before with 1. I was looking for an option with Muffin to disable "window content" while moving but no luck so far, using Dconf editor. It would be great if someone would provide an explanation why this is happening.
Keep up the good work ;! The delay on windows dragging is nothing compared to resizing windows eg: gnome-terminalit can take several seconds You can set the tile HUD threshold to 1 and it will essentially disable the HUD display while still keeping tiling enabled.
Maybe in the next version a more direct way of disabling it can be added, along with a more robust set of graphics for animating the HUD. Particularly on my hz screen. Disabling tiling and snapping did not help. Having the latest muffin is probably more important. If you're on muffin 2. If you run 2.GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.
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Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Already on GitHub? Sign in to your account. From a. What steps will reproduce the problem? Start aseprite 3. Experience mouse lag when moving cursor around screen What is the expected output?
What do you see instead? Expected native mouse speed without lag but instead the mouse had a huge amount of lag making it unusable. What version of the product are you using? On what operating system? Version 0. Please provide any additional information below. From DocHoncho gmail. It doesn't seem to be limited to just the mouse, the entire application is extremely laggy, making it impossible to do just about anything.
It only takes a minute to sign up. It happens randomly and requires a reboot to fix. It makes my mouse choppy and less responsive. If I click on something and don't touch the trackpad it won't register till I move the cursor, also if I take my finger off the trackpad and put it back on to adjust it the cursor will teleport in that direction.
My mouse is a Microsoft Wireless Mouse The suggested fix did not work as well. This might sound too easy but have you ever tried another USB-Port? I always connected it to an USB 3. In my very weird case : a "power bank" charging caused the behaviour you describe. But the effect was not immediate : only after, say, one hour of connexion, things became sluggish. Very strange. Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
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Viewed 6k times. Does anybody know how to fix this by chance? Active Oldest Votes. It seems now the problem is gone. Rui F Ribeiro Playing a flash video, in one Chrome window, having gmail open in another Chrome window and moving the mouse over Google Maps in another Window with dual screen and open source ATI drivers makes my Logitech M very laggy.
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It occurs with both a USB mouse as well as the laptop's touchpad. I didn't have this issue with an older version of Mint, though. I've tried to Google for someone else who solved this issue, but because of the general nature of the terms involved "mouse", "linux", "lag", etc. I just find a lot of unrelated pages. Does anyone have any suggestions on how I can diagnose what is causing this strange mouse lag and ideally, how I can solve it? Here's a tail of running dmesg dmesg gives a lot of output, thus the tail :.
I found the following solution on Ask Ubuntu :. It definitively solved the problem for me, and after more than a week of testing I can confirm it stopped the mouse lag for me. One extra step gets this working:.
Fixing Mouse Lag on Cinnamon
If your mouse is hz then you need to tell usbhid to poll at at that interval; by default it polls at hz. It is unusual for a healthy, almost idle system to spend so much time in kernel mode. I just checked that Linux Mint 14 is based on Ubuntu If it is that terrible, you may want to get 2. There is a chance it will "break" something else and probably you would need to compile it.
I don't know if this one is still a problem? However I had the same issue with the mouse lag in Linux Mint 14 x64 Cinnamon. I tried anything Anyway the surprisingly magic solution was to unklick the option "Disable touchpad while typing" in the mouse settings. This setting seems to cause heavy problems randomly. I have experienced heavy mouse lag on cinnamon suddenly. In case someone else finds this page when searching, like me, for a possible cause, it is perhaps: Desktop magnification. It took me quite some time to track it down, mainly found the problem after starting to bisect my entire home directory move half of the directories to a temporary directory and log in again etc.
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