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  1. I gave the Makefile a try in Linux with my the...

    I gave the Makefile a try in Linux with my the arm-none-eabi toolstring provided with Teensyduino. I successfully built the blinky example, but when I tried to port it to my project which uses...
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    So what I figured out, was that in Linux, the...

    So what I figured out, was that in Linux, the scroll data for absolute mice is ignored. To add it to both Linux and Windows, I added a relative mouse in addition to my absolute mouse.

    Another key...
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    I'll post the code that I'm using when I get home...

    I'll post the code that I'm using when I get home from work later. The significant part is to take the relative mouse positioning from Teensiduno 1.16 and merge it with the latest version. I'm...
  4. So I have decided to go around the issue. The...

    So I have decided to go around the issue. The problem only occurs for absolute mouse positioning, so luckily I can use the relative mouse HID when not recording macros, and restrict the absolute...
  5. Teensy 3.X absolute mouse positioning stuck to primary monitor only?

    Has anyone gotten the mouse example using absolute X and Y coordinates to work with dual monitor systems?

    I currently have my keyboard and mouse macro project working nicely in Linux, but when I...
  6. Thanks, I'll try adding a delay because I do...

    Thanks, I'll try adding a delay because I do notice that there is a bit of code where it checks if USB has been established:

    if (Usb.Init() == -1)
    Serial.println("OSC did not start.");
  7. Connecting Teensy 3.1 to computer requires a button press?

    I'm interested in leaving my teensy in an enclosure, but it seems that everytime I plug in the teensy, I've got to press the reboot button in order to get my program to load. Is this a common...
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    So another temporary solution I came up with, is...

    So another temporary solution I came up with, is to create another mouse HID for absolute positioning, and only use it for mouse movements. So now I've got the teensy as 2 mouses with absolute...
  9. Thanks for doing this work, I have previously...

    Thanks for doing this work, I have previously worked with Bill Porter's PS2 library for Arduino's, so having that tool in my Teensy 3.1 toolchest is awesome.
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    Well I copied the MOUSE_INTERFACE portions of...

    Well I copied the MOUSE_INTERFACE portions of usb_desc.c from 1.16 to 1.18, and copied the complete usb_mouse.c and usb_mouse.h from 1.16 to 1.18, and now mouse movement and scrolling works. I think...
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    Thanks I'll check out the 1.16 version. I think...

    Thanks I'll check out the 1.16 version. I think I'll also try to figure out pieces of what makes the USB HID protocol tick (descriptors and such), so that I could possibly figure out where the...
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    So I simplifed the code a bit, the attached...

    So I simplifed the code a bit, the attached example doesn't scroll the mouse as it should. Right now I suspect that the driver it automatically chooses doesn't support scrolling (I'm not sure if...
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    Well it isn't working for me. This is with a...

    Well it isn't working for me. This is with a Teensy 3.1, on Debian Wheezy 7.3, fully updated. The mouse buttons and movement works, just not the scrolling. With the above code, it technically...
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    I am indeed using the github library. After...

    I am indeed using the github library. After enabling the debugging mode in the settings.h, I discovered that my particular mouse was indeed sending the scrolling data as the last byte. It also...
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    Mouse scrolling in Linux Debian Wheezy

    Hello everyone!

    I'm working on creating a keyboard and mouse passthrough on the teensy, however I seem to be getting stuck when it comes to mouse scrolling. I can get it to move in the x and y...
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