I'm on latest cm10.1 (official) and I'm experiencing some weird artifacts when scrolling up or down through my timeline. It doesn't seem to happen to other apps but Twitter. However, doing a web search for this issue, chrome went crazy showing complete black pages with weird squares.
Hi.I've just installed crunchbang and I'm really impressed with it. I'm definitely moving to this distro.Everything is ok but just one issue.If I enable the compositor in xfce then the iceweasel menus aren't able to show which option is selected when the mouse hovers, also no submenu appears when the mouse hovers.
Problem I'm currently having is, after having enabled the display compositor, my screens will be max Opacity (While moving windows), yet whenever I restart my pc, they'll fade whenever I move them again, yet the opacity is max still.
When reading through the Wayland 1.0 documentation, I came across three different types of compositors (in chapter 5):
From what I understand, the system compositor would be something like Plymouth/GDM/KDM, a session compositor would be a window manager/desktop environment, and embedding compositors would be used in a sandbox (like Flas
There seems to be some error in scrolling .When I scroll down half of the things are not visible.Maybe something wrong with the compositor.I have a Toshiba Tecra M2 with 512MB ram and using Intel Centrino.Same problem in Ubuntu also.Please HELP!!
I am using Fedora 19. I am having minor issues with the mouse pointer and scrolling. When i use the "two-finger touch" scrolling on my laptop mousepad, the page jerks and moves randomly. I can still scroll with the arrow keys but i wuld prefer the mousepad.
The default is set to two finger scrolling but this never works on all the laptops I have installed Ubuntu on. But edge scrolling, which always works is disabled. I think this is a very strange default inherited from gnome shell and should be changed else new users would think Ubuntu doesn't work on touchpad.
I'm a recent Ubuntu convert from the Windows side and my preferred browser is Opera 12. The problem I've come across is that the mouse wheel scrolling is agonizingly slow on my system, both with Opera's smooth scrolling feature turned off and on. Is there anyway to get the scrolling back to the buttery smoothness I'm used to on my Windows install?