My mouse doesn’t change shape as it should when I hover over buttons or text-fields. When I hover it over the “decks” “add” etc. buttons on my main page then it just remains a pointer, whereas it used to become this little hand (you know what I mean), and when I’m editing or adding oftentimes it won’t become this thin text-pointer anymore when I hover over a field, but then when I move the mouse outside of the adding window and back inside again, then it displays normally again for a while.
This is a Qt bug that exists since 2.1.55. We do not know what causes it, sadly. Here’s the GitHub tracker:
11:58PM - 01 Nov 22 UTC
Since commit 276c42e25 the cursor doesn't adjust to the types defined in our CSS
… , or does so very unreliably.
To test this, open the main view and move the mouse from the bottom up to the toolbar (e.g. to the Add button). It should swap to `pointer`, but stays default:
If, however, you move from the top down into the toolbar, the cursor will change correctly:
This looks to me like Qt messed up a bit.
# Other issues
#### Editor split:
### Field cursor:
## What I tested
I removed my `cursor: pointer` override for Qt Widgets, but the issue persists regardless. There's no indication for a CSS issue either.
## How to fix this?
Honestly, I have no idea. The inner workings of Qt aren't something I'm familiar with.
I guess this is exclusive to Linux again? **Edit:** I tested the latest beta on Windows and found the same issues.
[2.1.56] Mouse cursor on toolbar is inconsistent
Alright, no big deal, it’ll clear up sooner or later most likely
February 28, 2023, 8:48pm
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