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Heavenswake

Mouse spin in games on client.

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Heavenswake

I've searched and found posts a year+ old, hoping something recent has changed.  When trying to use my mouse on a client playing a game (such as world of warcraft) if I click and drag the camera it starts spinning wildly.  In previous thread it said to use "Relative mouse moves" but that doesn't do anything for me.  I even reversed the connection to try it that way but it still spins.  Any way to fix this?  I'd upgrade to get beta access on Synergy 2 if it is fixed in that version.

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Alexey Pilyaev

Can you please clarify your OS's and Synergy version? 

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SyRyg

I have this same problem in other games. I have it on Windows 10 and Synergy 1 Pro 1.11.1 stable 55ec3105 build 19/3/2020

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SyRyg

Also, I have the problem on the client, not the server.  On the server games work mostly as normal.

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SymUser

I had this issue, the resolve it was to map a key to "lock" the mouse to a certain display while gaming. I personally used Scroll lock key , when enabled, it locks the mouse jsut to that screen, when disabled, lets you go in between again.

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Squirreldog14

Is there a update on this besides the keylock? 

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SyRyg

So I bound another key to that lock screen function in Synergy. I press it and magic everything works.

I'm pleased it works but I can't figure out why this isn't the default and why it's called lock to screen because it surely doesn't lock my mouse cursor to any screen. When I press alt-tab I can easily mouse over to my second monitor (same synergy client machine).

Since I use a hotkey to swap between screens, I'm assuming it prevents mousing over to another machine?

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