So Im tinkering with the new (experimental) OpenGL drivers for the raspberry pi. The driver seems to work somewhat so far, but has a really aggravating issue which only happens when the OpenGL support is enabled, and has been reproduced on multiple HDMI monitors. The colour palette screen
that shows up at boot initially disappears while the boot messages scroll by on the console, but once the desktop is active, it pops back up whenever the mouse is inactive (regardless of keyboard input), and ignores the mouse while the mouse is captured by an application for some bizarre reason, making it extremely difficult to test applications. I am running a Raspberry Pi Model 2 B (V 1.1 if it matters), and it has a reliable 2.1 A power source. Running the latest version of Raspbian Jessie.
Is there any way of disabling this behaviour, so that the screen does not sleep, regardless of the mouse state?