- Thu Jun 09, 2016 11:10 pm
All of Maxwell's gui applications are built on Qt, and 220.127.116.11 is using Qt 4.8.7 (if you ever need to check, you can always look at the file metadata for the Qt dlls in the Maxwell 3 directory). As for how this function is written, and which classes it uses, I don't personally know. But, I do know just from observation that when cursors, especially, are involved, Qt may choose to use acceleration, since I've seen what I took as pretty clear visual evidence of that on odd occasions. However, in the case of being started from another application, where that application must wait on mxed to finish, I also suspect third party software installing system-wide hooks (since the problem is machine-specific), where this ends up screwing up Qt's ability to properly pump windows messages, through corruption of memory, failure to properly forward messages, and so forth.
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