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Oct 26, 2013Very true, which is fine for playing on your server or having others play, but it makes managing of a server a real pain. The GUI confirms when you enter commands correctly, suggests ways to enter them if you can't remember how, and gives you an over view of the server, especially with regards to the chat log. Perhaps not the end of the world, but I am none the less surprised no one actually saw this before they released it.Posted in: Server Support and Administration
Oct 26, 2013I have the same problem (obviously). What I don't understand is how an error this big could go unnoticed. Surely somebody saw that the GUI was completely and utterly blank before they uploaded it to the minecraft site for everyone to download.Posted in: Server Support and Administration
Oct 18, 2013I'm starting to get frustrated. No one is reading the posts before they open their mouths.Posted in: Java Edition Support
Have a look guys. ITS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE TRACKPAD SETTINGS.
Your video doesn't solve this problem. Your dad going into control panel doesn't solve this problem. Please read what the problem is and previously suggested solutions before posting!!
Aug 31, 2013Same problem here, no solution yet.Posted in: Server Support and Administration
Ports are forwarded, both TCP and UDP, checked that they are open. Server runs, I can connect on the same machine and on another on the same local network, but cannot connect externally via the public ip. Have tried several reboots of the computer and router/modem and both ran and connected to the server on multiple computers. Internal ip is static and always confirmed by the router and ipconfig in cmd. Tried both running the server normally and with extra RAM allocated. All give no results. Help would be good.
Jul 3, 2013Has anoyone found a solution to this?Posted in: Java Edition Support
It is not related to the PalmCheck or TouchGuard etc. , that is for fixing a slightly different problem which briefly locks the mouse. This problem only stops the mouse while a key is held down, meaning it continues to work once the key is released, whereas the other problem related to PalmCheck actually freezes the mouse upon the press of a key or any other keyboard activity, and keeps it frozen for a few moments after keyboard activity stops.
As Drexx said, it can be fixed during each run by tapping space (or in fact any key) but only works for the duration of that key-holddown.
I am working on a patch of sorts to help a friend with the exact same problem. I'll post a link here when I'm done, perhaps it will be of use to some.
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