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Old 18th June 2013, 02:05 AM
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Mouse clicking on effects does not work in cheese if run in Cinnamon

I just noticed some strange behavior in cheese while running it in Cinnamon 1.9.1. I have version 3.8.2-3 of cheese running flawlessly in Gnome Shell 3.8.3. I can do everything that the application is supposed to be able to do. By clicking on an effect preview in cheese, I can change the effect displayed. The developers have done a wonderful job getting it to work and it works well in version 3.8.2-3.

Not so while running cheese in Cinnamon 1.9.1. No amount of clicking will work in the effects previews to change the effects. Not sure why. Anyone else experience something like this?
 

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