intel xrandr problems
hege at playma.org
Mon Jun 11 09:22:15 PDT 2007
that sounds to be a sensible way...
and what about the xv problem i described? i've read many users have
problem with xv and xrandr and intel driver, so how should we
investigate the problem to generate some usable error report?
On 6/11/07, Keith Packard <keithp at keithp.com> wrote:
> On Sun, 2007-06-10 at 22:53 +0200, Adam Lantos wrote:
> > the same bogus behaviour :(
> The X server doesn't define where the panel goes, the panel
> application/window manager does. Right now, the panel often ends up on
> Xinerama screen 0, which is a fairly random plan and under RandR 1.2,
> this screen changes depending on which outputs are enabled.
> We could add stuff to RandR to let you specify the Xinerama order, or we
> could change the toolkit to use RandR and specify panel position by
> output name. The former would kludge around the limitations in Xinerama
> while the latter would provide a stable panel location independent of
> any reconfiguration.
> keith.packard at intel.com
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