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[Full-Screen] Input.mousePosition output does not match the displayed view on the screen



To reproduce the bug follow the steps
1. Open "InputMousePosition" project
2. Open "Test" scene
3. Build & Run
4. Select resolution that is different from Home Resolution of your computer screen
5. Press Play

Unity 5.1.X:

Input.mousePosition will return values that are out of the screen coordinates. User used workaround to get correct position of the mouse.

Unity 5.2.X (black boarders):
Input.mousePosition zero coordinates starts from bottom of black boarders, also input ratio does not fit the graphical view ratio.

Comments (20)

  1. Fattie

    Jul 13, 2020 01:25

    This is STILL not fixed in 2020. What the heck ?

  2. d0p3fish

    Oct 24, 2016 22:24

    Same Problem on Unity 5.4.2f2 Fullscreen Mode at Mac

  3. hitmax87

    May 27, 2016 18:46

    Bug steel here, in new version!

  4. Jill Chang

    May 23, 2016 09:30

    Same problem here!!!

  5. Djamahl

    May 11, 2016 18:17

    BTW, we were able to repro in a standalone deployment, but our primary concern is Android/iOS where tap precision is less precise.

  6. Djamahl

    May 10, 2016 18:49

    We're experiencing this issue on 5.3.1p3. Initially we thought some of our custom code was causing this, but we've constantly been able to reproduce this in a blank project with buttons with offset. We've used precision styluses to ensure the expected input locations are accurate and see that the issue is definitely not fixed.

    I have a test project I can provide to show this problem clearly with debug visualization added.

  7. Hodgson_SDAS

    Apr 12, 2016 14:27

    This bug did not get rolled into 4.x?

  8. winterkewl

    Mar 31, 2016 17:15

    This issue is marked fixed, but it's still happening to me in 5.3.2.f1

  9. SujitKadam

    Mar 04, 2016 06:38

    same problem with Unity 5.3

  10. kallelandell

    Dec 23, 2015 19:21

    I have problems with some buttons on my 2nd scene, but not in the first. One important differance between the scenes is that in the first scene I add the buttons from the start, but in the second I add them after a while. In the first scene they are far to the left on screen, in the second they are close to the middle. If I click a bit to the right of the buttons in the scene where they are not working, I pop out of fullscreen mode.

    Unity Version is 5.3.0f4.

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