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Re: Minimal X Config File and Compiz



ons, 13 09 2006 kl. 08:34 -0400, skrev Thomas J. Baker:
> On Wed, 2006-09-13 at 02:10 +0200, Dennis Jacobfeuerborn wrote:
> > David Nielsen wrote:
> > > tir, 12 09 2006 kl. 14:08 -0400, skrev Jesse Keating:
> > >> On Tuesday 12 September 2006 13:37, Thomas J. Baker wrote:
> > >>> Sorry, I should have phrased it better. I know how to enable it by hand.
> > >>> My question was about the self configuring X and if it was supposed to
> > >>> be enabling composite/dri/whatever-compiz-needs automatically.
> > >> A default install for me on i386, I haven't touched xorg.conf other than to 
> > >> change from i810 to intel.  I yum installed compiz, restarted X for the intel 
> > >> driver, and used system -> preferences -> more -> Desktop Effects and enabled 
> > >> it.  I get compiz goodness.
> > > 
> > > Worked entirely out of the box using my r300 based ATI Radeon 9600XT
> > > card. No changes required. However my monitor isn't correctly detected
> > > (IBM P92) so there's a slight offset and I believe the resolution is set
> > > to high, I handled that in the desktop session so it only looks silly
> > > during boot and gdm.
> > 
> > Did you solve the Firefox scrolling issue with compiz on an r300 based 
> > card? Firefox becomes unusably slow over here (Radeon 9500pro) when I 
> > switch to compiz but the effects themselves work smoothly.
> > 
> > Regards,
> >    Dennis
> > 
> 
> I see the same thing with the R100. Firefox scrolling is unbearable and
> so is gnome-terminal scrolling, especially full screen.

Admittedly that one is rather bad but it only happens if you scroll
using the mouse wheel not if you grap the scrollbar - I'm thinking
pango?

- David


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