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No mouse response 1 year, 1 month ago #196822

I've been using lightworks for little over a year now on windows and have recently moved into trying to make videos on my mac. Lightworks has been buggy for me in the past but I finally figured out I had to disable my the graphics card from auto switching and it's useable now. I've got a new issue however that after a few minutes I can't click on anything, I can still use the keyboard shortcuts but it stops responding to mouse clicks of any sort, what can I do to fix this?

EDIT: It seems to happen every time I click on a different application, when I go back to Lwks it stops accepting mouse clicks.
Last Edit: 1 year, 1 month ago by bloodbarron115.

Re: No mouse response 1 year, 1 month ago #196850

  • hugly
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Hello,

That's an unknown issue, at least I've never heard about anything like that nor can I find something related with a forum search or on Google.

I think some trial and error on your side is necessary to find out the cause. I would start with restarting OSX and a fully charged set of batteries for the mouse, if it's cordless.
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Re: No mouse response 3 months ago #213490

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I have the exact same issue, sometimes when I click on other applications the mouse interactions stop working. I can still use keyboard to control the video but can't do anything with the mouse.

Re: No mouse response 3 months ago #213491

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Hello,

Still don't know what that is, but I'd suggest trying the current Lightworks 2020 beta, just to see if it fixes the issues.
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Re: No mouse response 3 months ago #213494

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A damaged mouse cable can cause problems. They break down after a few years of use, so you need to replace the mouse.
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