|full-screen issue on mac 10.8.2 retina with latest firmware update||Jeremy Gray||9/22/12 8:51 AM|
I'm using pyglet 1.1.4 with 32-bit python 2.7 (for compatibility with
a specific app). I have a mac with 10.8.2 with retina display.
On the mac, I just updated the firmware this morning. After the
update, using full-screen mode had several notice-able issues:
- the top and bottom edges of the screen were black, as if cropped
- the mouse position was no longer in sync with the screen
coordinates. clicking the mouse worked but was reporting different
coordinates (based on the discrepancy between mouse position and
screen display changes that depend on the mouse, like clicking in a
- after quitting the pyglet-based app (PsychoPy), back in the mac's
Finder, I could no longer use the mouse to activate hot-corners of the
screen. if I go into system preferences and reset the hot-corners it
works, or reboot. so it seems like the mouse-position mismatch is
carrying over into the finder after using pyglet.
Using a non-full-screen window is fine.
Any ideas? Any more info I can provide?
|Re: full-screen issue on mac 10.8.2 retina with latest firmware update||Adam Griffiths||9/22/12 8:49 PM|
We discussed some issues with mountain lion here.
Essentially you need pythonbrew and pyglet 1.2 alpha (install from repository is easiest).
I've detailed the steps I used on my blog here:
I'm amazed you can get 1.1.4 working on OS-X at all.
I've never gotten it to work. It is _very_ old.
I'm also surprised you're using 32-bit python. Any reasons?
I'm using 64-bit with pyglet with no issues (using my steps above).
I'm sure the steps will still work for 32-bit if you have dependencies that require it.
That being said, I tried Rabbyt with Pyglet 1.2 (from repository) on OS-X and had the mouse co-ordinate issue you mention.
This wasn't present on Windows (although I tried it a while before trying on OS-X, so it may be present on both).
Probably good to raise it as an issue, as I didn't.
Hope that helps,
|Re: full-screen issue on mac 10.8.2 retina with latest firmware update||Nathan||9/23/12 11:24 AM|
On Sat, Sep 22, 2012 at 9:49 PM, Adam Griffiths <adam.lw....@gmail.com> wrote:
When you're using 32-bit python it uses the old Carbon libraries, instead of Cocoa.
|Re: full-screen issue on mac 10.8.2 retina with latest firmware update||Jeremy Gray||9/24/12 6:00 AM|
thanks Adam and Nathan, lots to chew on here.
basically its 32-bit python for compatibility / dependencies with
various packages required for the main app I work on (PsychoPy). maybe
its time to revisit that, and see if we can move to a more recent
version of pyglet. I'll put that forward to see what the lead dev
thinks of it.
anyway, it seems like I should first move away from pyglet 1.1.4 and
only then file a mouse issue if it still persists for me.
On Sep 22, 11:49 pm, Adam Griffiths <adam.lw.griffi...@gmail.com>
> We discussed some issues with mountain lion here.https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!topic/pyglet-users/jIdF...
>> I've detailed the steps I used on my blog here:http://twistedpairdevelopment.wordpress.com/2012/03/19/installing-vir...http://twistedpairdevelopment.wordpress.com/2012/02/21/installing-pyg...
|Re: full-screen issue on mac 10.8.2 retina with latest firmware update||Adam Griffiths||9/24/12 6:32 AM|
I'm interested if you see the mouse issue still.
I have a feeling there's a regression there.
When I used Rabbyt, I found the Y axis was inverted; dragging GUI elements down, moved them up.
And it was also using relative values instead of absolute. Moving the mouse beyond the window extents would continue moving the GUI elements around.
I'd move away from 1.1.4. I didn't have to do anything for the migration.
But yes, your 3rd party libs would be the deciding factor.
|Re: full-screen issue on mac 10.8.2 retina with latest firmware update||Jeremy Gray||9/24/12 7:45 PM|
> I'm interested if you see the mouse issue still. I have a feeling there's a regression there.your instructions were great and the install seemed fine, but there
are just too many things that will need updating. so I can't tell if
there's a mouse issue or not because I can't run the app at all.
good to know...
agreed, and its in the plan. its basically possible to envision such a
move now, now that there's an official tagged release point (albeit
|Re: full-screen issue on mac 10.8.2 retina with latest firmware update||Matt Ebb||9/24/12 5:05 PM|
On Mon, Sep 24, 2012 at 11:32 PM, Adam GriffithsI think this is a Mac OS X thing - I've got pyglet 1.2a1 running on
both Mac OS X and Linux (centos 6.2) and the coordinates I get out of
the mouse events on OS X are inverted in Y. I recall from another
project I was involved with (Blender), I think this was something
happening on the OS level, it's just a difference in the coordinate
system that Cocoa uses for mouse events compared to other OSes.
What I've been doing in my pyglet script is:
if platform.system() != 'Darwin': dy = -dy
where I need to query mouse y values. It probably would be a lot nicer
to have this compensated for within pyglet though...
|Re: full-screen issue on mac 10.8.2 retina with latest firmware update||Adam Griffiths||9/24/12 11:13 PM|
I'll knock up a simple Rabbyt example and post a bug on the issues list.
Cheers for confirming =)
|Re: full-screen issue on mac 10.8.2 retina with latest firmware update||Adam Griffiths||9/24/12 11:17 PM|
Correction, it was Kytten, not Rabbyt =P
|Re: full-screen issue on mac 10.8.2 retina with latest firmware update||Adam Griffiths||9/24/12 11:39 PM|
Ok, mouse example up on issues list:
Example code here:
Sorry to hijack the thread. Please continue =)