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Re: [BUG & PATCH] Fixing X11 resizing issue. (Huge X11 quality improvement!!!) [message #40287 is a reply to message #40286] Mon, 15 July 2013 18:30 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
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klugier wrote on Mon, 15 July 2013 08:58


I am almost sure that this patch is OK. I had tested it on several graphical user enviroment such as KDE (4.10.5), LXDE, Xfc & Cinamon. It also works good on VirtualBox.

Novo, Can you write more details about your distribution? BTW, Before this update I had flicker on all my GNU/Linux machines!!!

I have a huge request to ultimatepp community. Can you guys test window resizing on GNU/Linux and write about it. Before you start testing make sure that you have the latest upp version.


I have latest Ubuntu x64 (AMD) + KDE + Openbox as a window manager. Graphics card ATI 5770, I believe. My system has two 24' monitors (rotated 90 degrees). I always use latest code from svn.

I also checked on two my computers at work ("Update the window contents while resizing" is checked):

1) Ubuntu 10.04 32-bit, regular Gnome 2, NVidia video card, one 21' rotated monitor - flickering.

2) Lubuntu 13.04 (Openbox window manager), 64-bit, NVidia video card, one 21' not rotated monitor - flickering

Checked with examples/HomeBudget (no Docking):

1) - flickering.
2) - flickering.

1) this is not just a problem with Docking;
2) it is not related to multiple and rotated monitors;

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