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Problems with Mouse in VESA-SVGA modes...

I got a problem with Mouse in VESA 800x600x16 and VESA1024x768x16
modes. The mouse does not appear on the screen, but is working
good : buttons pressed, mouse coords seem to be right...

I am working with a mouse unit which works really good in EGA and VGA
modes, both in Real and Protected modes (BP 7.0).

For VESA modes, I use the VESA16 BGI driver made by Borland and contained
in BP 7.0 disks.

Any help would be appreciated.

Please email to : march...@eis.enac.dgac.fr

Bye.

Sebastien Marchant.

 

Re:Problems with Mouse in VESA-SVGA modes...


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Sebastien Marchant (marchant) wrote:

: I got a problem with Mouse in VESA 800x600x16 and VESA1024x768x16

I use a Logitech mouse driver ver. 6.20 for the above modes.

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Re:Problems with Mouse in VESA-SVGA modes...


In <4cmhfa$...@news.cict.fr>, Sebastien Marchant <marchant> writes:

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>I got a problem with Mouse in VESA 800x600x16 and VESA1024x768x16
>modes. The mouse does not appear on the screen, but is working
>good : buttons pressed, mouse coords seem to be right...

The mouse appearance on screen is controlled by the mouse driver NOT the
program.

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>I am working with a mouse unit which works really good in EGA and VGA
>modes, both in Real and Protected modes (BP 7.0).

Yeap almost ALL mouse drivers support standard EGA/VGA modes

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>For VESA modes, I use the VESA16 BGI driver made by Borland and contained
>in BP 7.0 disks.

This is irrelevant the mouse driver is RESPONSIBLE for your mouse appearance
on screen your driver DOES NOT support higher graphics modes

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>Any help would be appreciated.

(1) Find a new mouse driver
(2) Intercept the mouse usewr call and install your own mouse drawing program
    the most common way!
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>Please email to : march...@eis.enac.dgac.fr

>Bye.

>Sebastien Marchant.

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