For some reason, while I am playing the right click function decides to stop working. It is not my mouse, thats working fine. It happens in single and multiplayer. Sometimes I have to click it loads of times to get it to work, for example when I am placing a torch or a block, then if it does finally work, two usually end up getting placed. The way ive found to fix it temporarily is to pause, go to options, change the graphics from fast to fancy then back to fast again, click done then go back to the game, and usually right click starts working again...
I dont know why it does this, but I am wondering if any one has any ideas to fix this?
Are you sure the temperature of the touchpad is of any relavance if it happens with all mice?
Also the mousclick doesn´t completely stop it just gets very unresponsive also only in the game.
The OP didn´t mention that but we are in contact privately so i can tell that the mouse fully works in let´s say the browser its really only with minecraft all other simultanously running programs recieve their rightclicks as expected.
So even while its unresponsive in Minecraft it performs right click actions so the mousebutton/the mouse is fully functional hardware wise its just a problem with Minecraft.
Ok good to know i don´t have a laptop but still good to know...
But still i think a heat problem would stop stop the mouse on a more global scale as mentioned so far it only stops working in minecraft. (according to my last information at least got to ask her again... and remind her that she is still seeking advice while i do so xD)
What is the exact model of the mouse and are you playing minecraft in browser, standalone or both?
its Grey-fox-13 to be acurate but oh well...
i dont experience any problems im just a friend of the op and since the op doesnt check in frequently enough i am kind of leading the conversation here im technicly a proxy...
but back to topic:
Any idea about solutions for if its caused by overheating touchpad? (maybe someway to turn it off? (have no laptop so no idea about the possibilities))
I am not trouble shooting your choice of forum name, just your mouse. Please open a new thread for that.
As per the mouse, keep the lap top on a level surface and try not to run off just the battery. Keep the A/C Adapter plugged in. Laptops are terrible foe heat displacement. Not a lot you can do other than getting an under fan.
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Uhm no offense i just corrected you a bit on my name and i repeat you are NOT helping me you are helping the op which i am not >.>.
The op is just a friend of mine which i also try to help...
(and i dont quite get what you want me to open a new thread for o.O)
It´s pretty much always plugged in since she is usually using it at home...
So still the question remains is it possible to somehow disable to touchpad? And more importantly would that resolve problems caused by its overheating?
I run the laptop while it is charging all the time, I rarely ever run it from the battery, and definitely not for games. I went to the device manager, and the option to disable the touch pad is not there. It is there for the mouse however, so it seems that it is not allowed to be stopped. Also, I downloaded the new version of Game Booster, and on there was an option to disable the touchpad, i tried that, and it made no difference at all, and the touchpad was still working as well.
Ive also tried playing the game in browser to see if there would be any difference, but there is not. And one other thing that seems to slightly improve the mouse unresponsiveness, other than changing the graphics from fast to fancy and back again, is to keep the render distance down to tiny. I dont know if this is actually making any diference at all, but it seems to be happening a little less since ive started doing that.
And Grey-fox-13 was only correcting you on the way you typed his name, no need to make a new thread about all that, lol. And just to clarify, its my mouse problem, not his.
I'm having a similar problem, except it involves all mouse functions.
It didn't do it at all when I first downloaded the game a few days ago, but all day today after 2-3 minutes of gameplay, the mouse will become unresponsive (for right-click). Nothing fixes it except exiting to title screen and reloading the game.
Another issue is that after 2-3 minutes of gameplay the left mouse click will activate the options menu for no reason every time I click. Again, the only fix is to reload.
I love minecraft, but this makes the game unplayable.
I am using a logitech plug and play mouse. I have tried using my laptop's touchpad as well. I have the graphics as fast and the rendering as tiny.
I checked to see if my touchpad was hot, when the mouse went on the fritz, but it was not especially hot at all, and I almost always have it plugged in.
I am experiencing this problem as well, with the right click becoming sluggish and often placing 2 blocks or doing 2 actions when it does respond after it begins to slow. I am on a windows 7 starter edition Netbook, using a compact logitech USB wireless mouse. I changed the battery yesterday. I have no issues using right click in any other applications. The touchpad is disabled on my netbook when the mouse is plugged in. To work around, I save and exit to the menu, and then reload the world, and it works fine for another 10-15 minutes or so (sometimes less). Any help would be appreciated.
I have this problem as well, old-style mouse (not USB), Windows XP. Right click will just stop working after a few minutes, I am not sure if the timing is predictable or random. Before I installed a mod to fix a famerate issuee I could fix the mouse issue by going into game options and toggling the OpenGL setting. After adding the mod, I can no longer set the OpenGL setting to anything (it's Off so I guess my gfx card doesn't support the feature). I guess I can try setting the graphics to Fancy and back again instead but that is a pain and I was hoping to not have to see that options menu over and over again like before. ^^;;
Edit: Strangely enough, after posting this it hasn't happened again except once not long after posting. Either I jinxed it (nice but not useful for testing purposes) or some random setting in OptiFog/Optimine negated the issue.