[Xcb] Flickering

FRANCISCO ORTIZ chicortiz at gmail.com
Wed Feb 24 14:30:08 UTC 2021

Hello Alessandro! :)

What you called "The first movement session in the video" was intended to
register some kind of flickering? I can see something but it is barely



Em qua., 24 de fev. de 2021 às 08:24, <alex22_7 at hotmail.com> escreveu:

> Hello to the list; a little introduction is needed.
> I'm here because I'm writing a new kit, XCBKit n objective-c on linux,
> using GNUstep.
> The purpose of the kit is to enable faster window manager development in
> OOP paradigm. You can look the status of the kit at the following link:
> https://github.com/AlessandroSangiuliano/XcbKit
> and the status of the window manager at this link:
> https://github.com/AlessandroSangiuliano/uroswm (introduction ends here)
> Actually I noticed that on moving a window clicking on the title bar I
> have some flickering. I was thinking t a performance problem of my code,
> but i discovered that the flickering is coming with an high DPI mouse,
> while with internal trackpad or "normal/standard" mouses everthing work
> good. (branch resizing on github)
> I have difficulties to explain this problme with words the best way is
> showing you what is happening, so I recorded a little video with the phone.
> I'm sorry for the quality but it was a bit hard keeping the phone with a
> hand and moving the window with the other.
> The first movement session in the video is done with the internal trakpad
> and also with a normal mouse. The second movement session is done with an
> high DPI mouse, a Corsait M65 Pro that can reaches 18.000 DPI and the user
> can increase or decrease by a 2 buttons on the mouse.
> I didn't attached the archive of the video to the mail because it is
> around 15Mb you can download it from this link:
> https://drive.google.com/file/d/1m3kx3pHKoGiim4mxnHIiU3gbBwDS04So/view?usp=sharing
> The name of the file reflects the content.
> How I could solve the problem?
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