Composite + Xorg-6.8.2 window resizing artifacts
linuxhippy at gmail.com
Mon Nov 28 11:28:11 PST 2005
A you're right, using decorations which don't use round edges
everything works like expected, wow composite can be great :)
Just for interrest, how does KDE-3.5 work arround this problem - don't
they use any round edges. Is this fixed in 6.9/7.0?
Thanks a lot, lg Clemens
2005/11/28, Thomas Lübking <thomas.luebking at gmx.net>:
> I guess this is a kwin/kdecoration issue - fixed with kde3.5 (at least - maybe
> earlier) but remains in some 3rd party decos.
> to be sure, simply use a dec that does not make use of the shape extension
> (i.e. has not rounded edges) - so one may blame the shape vs. damage
> extensions as well ;)
> Am Sonntag, 27. November 2005 20:40 schrieb Clemens Eisserer:
> > Hello,
> > Since ages I try to use Composite on my computers (running Fedora-Core
> > 4 updated with latest stable patches), however I always get the same
> > problems:
> > - Artifacts when resizing windows
> > - Holes in windows after some time (you can look through)
> > - Painting problems with some applications
> > I first thought these problems are problems of the proprietary nvidia
> > drivers since these problems did not spot up with RenderAccel
> > disabled, but now I tried the nv-driver with almost the same result:
> > Composite is not really useable.
> > Are this known problems, and is there any chance that it will work with
> > 6.9/7.0? Last but now least I have to say that I am really impressed about
> > the 2d performance of the nv driver, good work - thanks a lot!
> > Thanks you in advance, lg Clemens
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