Ticket #10394 (closed defect: obsolete)
Mouse in OS/2-eCS clients unusable from remote TeamViewer session
|Reported by:||Rafcio||Owned by:|
While the mouse in OS/2-eCS clients is not as smooth as in Windows clients (no integration support, etc.) it works quite well if it is used from local host console. However, if the host OS (W7 x64 in my case) is accessed remotely through TeamViewer the mouse in the OS/2-eCS clients becomes practically unusable, which doesn't happen in Windows clients. The mouse in OS/2-eCS clients (when host OS is accessed through TeamViewer) becomes very jumpy, sometimes duplicate cursors appear that move more or less in the same direction, or the link between the guest cursor and host cursor is lost and the guest mouse cursor stops moving requiring a click within client window to reattach. Basically, all of this makes controlling guest OS/2-eCS clients through TeamViewer remote session impossible. This has been like this forever (since I started using VirtualBox more than 6 months ago), just now I found time to report it. It happens on both OS/2 4.0 and 4.5 versions as well as eCS 2.0 and 2.1.