Strange artefacts around some objects in GTK application - is it the Intel driver to be blamed?

Łukasz Maśko ed at
Thu Nov 15 03:09:47 PST 2012

Dnia czwartek, 8 listopada 2012, Thomas Lübking napisał:
> On Donnerstag, 8. November 2012 12:02:52 CEST, Łukasz Maśko wrote:
> > But some time ago I've noticed some
> > strange artefacts around menus or hint boxes (the ones that
> > appear after you stop a mouse pointer on a button, for
> > instance). I've made a screenshot, so you can observe it
> > yourself:
> > It happens in applications which use GTK (here it is Iceweasel,
> > but it's the same for instance in Chromium or Gimp). KDE
> > applications are free of this error.
> > I wonder, who is to be blamed here:
> There's been a bug report against kwin where it turned out to be the
> QtCurve gtk+ style causes this (unlike the oxygen one), see

I AM using oxygen-gtk theme and I have these problems. A guy using my distro 
said, that he has no such problems when using 64-bit packages (I'm using 32-
bit packages). May this be a problem?
Łukasz Maśko                                                            _o)
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