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P3Dv4 menu buttons not responding correctly

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I have had this issue for some time and it's pretty annoying at times. When I click on certain menu buttons in the scenario screen (Flight planner, load flight plan, exit cross on the upper right side) nothing happens and I have to click countless times for windows to open. When they do open, they open several times in quick succession.

This happened first in P3D v3 after I tried the flyinside demo. The issue persisted after uninstalling the software and even carried over to P3D v4.

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Mouse works perfectly in other applications? Look at what else might be running, see if you can spot something that might take over or delay the mouse event. DO you have an anti virus doing a scan, etc. I've not heard of this being a P3D issue.

Vic

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22 hours ago, vgbaron said:

Mouse works perfectly in other applications? Look at what else might be running, see if you can spot something that might take over or delay the mouse event. DO you have an anti virus doing a scan, etc. I've not heard of this being a P3D issue.

Vic

It may well not be a P3D specific issue, but it's the only application behaving like this. Happens too when P3D is the only program running, no anti-virus. I find it very strange that the issue carried over from v3 into v4, a whole new program installed...

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Something else is going on Ryan. Look in your device manager and see if you have any conflicting devices. Just to eliminate the doubt, run anti malware and anti virus checks. I doubt it's the case but sometimes keylogger trojans can cause mouse issues.

Vic

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16 hours ago, vgbaron said:

Something else is going on Ryan. Look in your device manager and see if you have any conflicting devices. Just to eliminate the doubt, run anti malware and anti virus checks. I doubt it's the case but sometimes keylogger trojans can cause mouse issues.

Vic

Thanks, I will try that.

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