Reducing X11 pointer motion traffic
Date: Wed, 7 Jan 2004 23:03:18 +0000 (UTC)
Hi. I am testing a configuration where I can run an X app remotely by
using ssh's X11 forwarding. I've noticed that moving a mouse pointer
triggers many pointer motion events. This traffic goes over a
relatively slow network connection, so it tends to bog down the user
interface. Is there a way to reduce the amount of X11 mouse motion
traffic going across the wire? I've looked at lbxproxy but it runs on
the "wrong" end of the connection for my purposes.
Would VNC work better?
Before anyone asks: this pointer motion traffic is not an issue with
most X apps, so you normally won't notice it. But I'm using a
Java/AWT/Swing app, and Java has its own oddball behavior.
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