Player Notes : issue with cursor shifting after a few seconds at 1st opening.
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  1. #1
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    Oct 2012

    Default Player Notes : issue with cursor shifting after a few seconds at 1st opening.


    This issue appeared a few weeks ago.

    When: 1st Player notes window I open after the start of HEM3. (and only the first)
    What happens: Cursor shifts automatically back to start of the text zone I am writing. It happens after 3 or 4s after 1st input I type.

    Exemple of what i want to write:


    What i am getting in the player notes window:


    (cursor shifted back at start of line at the moment I typed "0", ignored "012345" and started again at the start of the line with "6789"

    Further editing of player notes works fine.

    Hope I am clear enough.

  2. #2
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    Jun 2005
    HM Support


    If you can reproduce this consistently, can you take the time to record a short video showing how to reproduce the problem, with visible in the video, and send a set of logs captured while making the video please so that we can forward them to the developers?

    - Close your poker clients, close HM3 and right-click - 'Exit' the HM3 Server icon in the Windows Notification Tray.
    - Restart HM3 and the HM3 Server (File - 'Start Auto Import' or 'Start HUD' button).
    - Launch your poker client(s).

    Please reproduce the problem and:

    - Record a short video showing the problem and your Windows clock using or or
    - Try to include the Live Play tab and Sessions Report in the video along with a browser page of this site - - visible during the entire video
    - Send us the video and your log files as instructed here -
    - If the video is too big for email, you can share it via screencast, dropbox, google drive, file dropper, or even YouTube and send us a link to watch it.

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