anestis wrote:Disabling hardware acceleration didn't work too.you mean in iceweasels preferences?maybe try disabling compositing? there used to be a switch for that in cb's right click menu. the app is compton, iirc.
ja1217 wrote:I think I have been experiencing the same issue as everyone else here. Occasionally Xorg will crash when closing a flash page. As some of you mentioned, I think it has to do with hardware acceleration of flash. You can disable hardware acceleration of flash without disabling hw accell for everything else. Just open up a youtube video (or any flash video), right
VDP76 wrote:does disabling compositing make any difference!?That removes the transparency entirely.I tried changing / disabling / enabling lots of Compton settings but it didn't make any difference (for possible tweaks, see the Arch Wiki).
bohoomil wrote:I'm not sure, to be honest… This is more likely an issue with the GPU driver, compositing stuff, etc. Did you try doing what ConnorBehan advised? Did your try disabling hardware acceleration in LibreOffice? This is actually the first option I turn off when similar issues occur.I was under the impression that that setting only applied to LO-impress, is that not the case?
I saw the thread "Compton issues", but I think my problem is a one-off issue, so I'd rather not add it to a bug report thread.Anyway, a couple weeks ago, Corenominal posted about the cb-vlc-fix in the #! repos, and I installed it hoping it would solve the problems I was having with VLC and compositing (horrible tearing in HD video).
I've managed to disable compton from drawing shadows on tint2 by adding this to compton.conf .shadow-exclude = [ "tint2" ];Problem is if I reboot the shadows show up again until I restart compton, I am not sure but I think this might be due to compton being initialized before tint2 ? How should I work around this ?
Alright so I'll try to make this clear as possible I did a quick search and saw that there were two options to disabling the cameras shutter sound one where I saw that you can turn your ringer all the way down till its silent or on vibrate and another where you go to the stock camera app click the gear wheel and click the gear wheel again but I don't see anything that had to do with disabling the
I was able to solve all tearing issues with compositing under the Awesome WM using a Nvidia GTX 670 last night. Which I was amazed at. I installed the compton-git from Aur and inputted the following:compton --backend glx --paint-on-overlay --vsync opengl-swc
Max-P wrote:dambros wrote:I am running KDE here.Try disabling desktop effects in the KDE settings, I think it's in Window Manager then advanced tab or something. I don't know exactly, I'm using XFCE.Quick Googling might give you the answer, KDE's compositing is pretty damn slow even on beefy hardware, so it's discussed everywhere.