In Rectangle Pro, I have configured the Window Throw function, which is triggered by pressing and holding the middle mouse button, to move a specific window on the screen depending on the direction in which the cursor is moved.
Unfortunately, I've found that if I click the middle mouse button once, for example to close a browser tab or open a link in a new tab, the action is not registered and nothing really happens until I try to move the cursor in any direction (the middle mouse button is already released). Then the cursor starts to oscillate, and even sweeping movements of the mouse are unable to move it more than a few dozen pixels.
It is only by pressing and holding the middle mouse button again and moving the mouse that the cursor is 'freed'. This happens throughout the system, not just in the browser.
The above problem disappears when I disable BetterTouchTool or Rectangle Pro.
In BTT I have disabled all functionality related to moving windows, and the shortcuts themselves do not relate to the middle mouse button. Furthermore, this phenomenon also occurs when I remove all keyboard shortcuts from BTT.
The video below illustrates the exact situation described. I have also attached screenshots of the BTT settings.
Has anyone encountered this issue? Or does anyone know of a possible solution to this problem?
Crosspost: Rectangle Pro GitHub page: Incompatibility problem (strange anomaly) between Rectangle Pro and BetterTouchTool · Issue #295 · rxhanson/RectanglePro-Community · GitHub
- macOS Ventura 13.4
- MBP M1 Pro 16"
- Rectangle Pro 3.0.2 (143)
- BetterTouchTool via Setapp 4.068 | 2283
Screenshots of BTT settings (after uploading the video for some reason I could no longer upload photos...): Incompatibility problem (strange anomaly) between BetterTouchTool and Rectangle Pro - Album on Imgur