[compiz] 0.4 release
davidr at novell.com
Thu Mar 1 07:03:03 PST 2007
On Thu, 2007-03-01 at 12:57 -0700, Mike Cook wrote:
> >>> On Thu, Mar 1, 2007 at 5:29 AM David Reveman wrote:
> >>>> On Tue, 2007- 02- 27 at 11:35 - 0700, Mike Cook wrote:
> >> I've noticed that on a dual- head setup using the switcher zoom effect and
> >> also with autorotate that only the image within that output is drawn and
> >> anything on the other output is black. So, the switcher zoom has a black
> >> border around each output as it zooms out, and on autorotate the cube
> >> looks like it has one half of the side painted and the other half black (on
> >> each output). Rotate with the keys or mouse works fine, however.
> > This should be fixed now, if it's the same issue I was thinking of.
> > Please try the latest code and let me know how it works for you.
> Thanks, David, that seems to partially correct it... Now if I use switcher
> without the popup then it looks fine, but if I switch with the popup it
> appears the texture is still clipped to the output while it zooms out, but as
> soon as the zoom animation finishes the rest is painted (which is about one
> second later). It's more obvious if you use autorotate and the first window
> it shows causes a rotate, but as soon as the zoom out is done any later
> rotates are fine until you terminate the switch.
I can't reproduce any of this, it looks fine for me.
If you do this:
1. position window X so half of it is right of the screen.
2. Initiate switcher in normal mode using Alt-Tab.
3. Switch until you get to window X. (don't terminate the switcher)
4. Initiate rotate using Control-Alt-Button1.
5. Rotate so you're in front of window X, which should be floating
slightly above the cube.
Is window X rendered correctly when doing this? It should be.
> Also, I noticed I see the same clipping behavior if I drag move a window to
> the edge and it triggers a rotate.
That should definitely work. It's pretty easy to test, especially when
using slow animations (Shift-f10), right? I don't know why it's broken
for you, maybe clip planes are broken in your driver. What HW/driver are
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