Wrong background color in systray using composite extensions
jasper at xfce.org
Thu Jul 7 23:29:15 CEST 2005
It's a focus/redraw issues with the XEMBED stuff in gtkplug/socket. You
can also see it without composite on slow Xserver (I see it with a
remote windows Xserver). In that case it becomes a black square.
I have absolutely no idea how to solve it, or even what is causing it.
Adding _queue_draw () calls does not help. Restarting the panel, or
switching on autohide and then switching it off again, usually fixes the
Op do, 07-07-2005 te 22:14 +0200, schreef Olivier Fourdan:
> Hi Bernhard,
> AFAICT, the compositing manager in xfwm4 is very solid. All of the
> reports I got have their roots from either X.org (things have improved
> greatly since 6.8.2 though) or from NVidia proprietary drivers (things
> are getting worse on this side unfortunately, so I've reverted to the
> Open Source drivers and dropped the far too unstable NVidia closed
> source drivers myself)
> I would suggest to try the "nv" driver.
> On Thu, 2005-07-07 at 19:03 +0200, Bernhard Walle wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I just tried out the composite extensions of X.org (with the hardware
> > render acceleration of nVidia graphics driver) 6.8.2. I have the systray
> > in the panel.
> > If I use a fullscreen splash in Xfce startup, the first systray icon
> > (which is started while this splash is visible) has the background color
> > of this splash, i.e. the icon rectangle is displayed in this color
> > without the icon. But it works if I click on it. This problem occures if
> > transparency of the panel is deactivated, too.
> > Another problem: If I add a new icon and the panel is transparent, the
> > old icons become another background color but the icon is still visible.
> > Don't know if this is a problem of Xfce or X.org or the graphics driver.
> > That's why I don't post this as a bug report. Maybe the developers can
> > play a bit with systray in panel if they have a bit time left.
> > Regards,
> > Bernhard
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