Rippling effect when moving windows or scrolling
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Sat Mar 10 21:50:40 CET 2007
Olivier Fourdan wrote:
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> TerryJ wrote:
>> I've got Xfce 4 (version 22.214.171.124 (Xfce 4.4 RC2)) on KateOS 3.2, where
>> it's the default desktop. Now I have to use fuzzy language.
>> When I scroll on a page, the page seems to have a wave moving below it.
>> It's like watching a series of related camera frames in sequence, or
>> slides. It's very distracting. A similar thing occurs when I move a
>> I cannot find any relevant settings and don't know whether the two
>> things are related. Does anyone have any ideas?
> You probably have the compositor enabled but your hardware is too slow
> to repaint the screen at an acceptable rate..
> Use wmtweaks to disable compositing:
> Settings => Xfce 4 Window Manager Tweaks => Composior (last tab or the
> right) and disable compositing.
Thanks. There is no such tab. That value in wmtweaks.xml is set to 0.
Which means disabled, doesn't it?
Using Xfce on PCLinuxOS 0.93 and KateOS 3.2. www.revivalcentres.org
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