Corruption/artifacts in GTK applications after update
Carlos A. M. dos Santos
unixmania at gmail.com
Tue Dec 1 23:28:12 UTC 2009
On Tue, Dec 1, 2009 at 5:24 PM, Mark Kane <mark at mkproductions.org> wrote:
> Yesterday I updated all ports on my system which had quite a few changes
> since my last update on November 14. After everything is up to date I
> am noticing graphical corruption/artifacts in some GTK applications.
> Here are a few examples:
Google for GDK_NATIVE_WINDOWS
> 1) Terminal (x11/Terminal): When switching tabs in Terminal, the area
> where the terminal text is normally displayed becomes corrupted. If the
> window is not maximized, it looks like this after switching tabs:
> If the window is maximized when switching tabs, the entire area where
> the text normally is becomes blank:
> The text returns to normal by highlighting the entire text area of the
> terminal, however the issue happens again every time a tab is switched.
> I am using ROXTerm temporarily which does not have this issue.
> 2) Claws Mail: When composing a message, parts of the composition
> window are black. Here is an example:
> It can somewhat be fixed by mousing over the black area, however it
> doesn't fully display the window like normal:
> 3) gLabels: When trying to create a new label, the window has some
> artifacts similar to the non-maximized Terminal window:
> I also noticed some minor issues with GIMP (parts of the top menu
> sometimes have slight artifacts) and XChat (seems to reappear slower
> than normal when switching from other applications), but I couldn't
> reproduce or confirm those reliably so I'm only briefly mentioning it.
> My ports are completely up to date as of the time of this email, and I
> use Xfce as my desktop environment.
> Thanks very much in advance for any suggestions,
> 8.0-STABLE #1: Sun Nov 29 17:57:25 CST 2009
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