[Archived] osu! makes my screen crash and I have problems clicking

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Topic Starter
Will this be ignored?
Are you playing the game in fullscreen or borderless?
drum drum
Are you maybe overheating?
About the first one, go to options and disable undo states
Having undo states can make osu go slower, or even crash, but you can no longer use the undo
Topic Starter
Hi, it works for me if I put osu! to borderless , I've been playing like that for a while now. However borderless doesn't solve my second most annoying problem: the GUI that is not responding. And I'd also prefer to play fullscreen if possible.
@drum drum I'm definitely not overheating.
@baraatje123 I'll try the undo states thing tomorrow.
Clicking, keyboard or mouse?
With keyboard, do the buttons respond correctly normally?
To check
Open chat
Play a map with automod
Leave the chat open when 'watching' osu! play
Click together with it and see if text appears (if using keyboard)
Ofc, you don't have to use the chat, you can also use internet/word/notepad etc.
Topic Starter
The keyboard works perfectly fine for me in osu!, it's the mouse clicks that sometimes do not get detected (ingame they do, but not in the GUI). This is 100% not a problem with my mouse, just like the screen crash is not a problem with my screen, because I've tested them on countless other games and the problems don't appear there.
Press f10?
Topic Starter
F10 only modifies mouse buttons ingame. Ingame they already work perfectly, not in the GUI (song selection, sorting/group/collections, retry/continue, etc)
I thought was talking about them being bad while playing
Must learn how to read better
Open the "osu!.<username>.cfg" file in the main osu! directory with notepad/wordpad (or any other text editor)
and look for the line "RefreshRate = " and try changing that from 60 to 120 (or vise versa), and see if that helps at all?

Sounds to me like a mismatch between what osu! tells your monitor to do and what you monitor wants to do.
Topic Starter
Oh yeah the refreshrate was set to 60 instead of 120 for some reason. I changed it, but nothing notably changed.
The screen crash hasn't occurred for me today though, and the GUI seems more reponsive lately as well, however it still doesn't always respond to my clicks.
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