Suhaib M. Siddiqi
Mon Feb 21 13:48:00 GMT 2000
Try setting GGI_DEBUG env
in a bash shell type
then cd to the directory you have insatlled XGGI executable. and type
./xggi -target directx &
post the output. I want to see if you are having problems to laod GGI and GII libs.
By the way did you edit the ggi configuration file as described in the anouncement
> John Fortin drooled :
> > The mouse pointer is 'mostly' supposed to disappear when over the x-window
> > screen.
> I have the default 'X' mouse cursor on the window from the time it starts.
> > Try clicking on the screen, even if you can't see the mouse pointer.
> Tried that with no effect. The X cursor remains stubbornly in the centre
> of the window.
> > The x-window cursor should appear. You might also try moving the cursor to the
> > botton-right of the screen to re-sync it.
> Did try that, too, with no success.
> > I have to track down this bug. I haven't had time yet.
> Understandable. I think a lot of superb work has been done so far. (Don't
> feel pressured by me.) All I can offer is to help as I can (testing in
> this situation, etc.)
> import lang.english.StandardDisclaimer;
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