wallpaper corruption in nautilus 2.12
pav at FreeBSD.org
Mon Nov 7 03:25:38 PST 2005
Miguel Mendez píše v po 07. 11. 2005 v 12:14 +0100:
> > Screenshot says it all. Corruption of wallpaper, repeating of fragments
> > of the windows on the nautilus controlled screen estate. Also I see
> > short-term horizontal lines flashing over the screen when I type this
> > mail into the Evolution.
> > Could this be cairo heading south? Do I have to have any special X
> > configuration now? I don't have direct rendering or 3D working here.
> Do you have the Render and Composite extensions enabled?
I had the X.org default, ie. RENDER on but no Composite.
I added Composite to the configuration manually and it seems to behaves
much better now. All the corruption is gone, expect the selection area
doesn't get cleared:
Also the line flashes when typing in text are still present.
It's too bad Composite is not in default configuration, I think a lot of
clueless people like me will hit this.
Pav Lucistnik <pav at oook.cz>
<pav at FreeBSD.org>
Geography is only physics slowed down, with a few trees stuck on it...
-- Terry Pratchett
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