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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #1610


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Timestamp:
07/30/17 08:07:28 (4 years ago)
Author:
Antoine Martin
Comment:

Since the screen updates are getting through with opengl enabled, it's very likely that the server is sending them in a timely manner and that it is the client that is somehow failing to either update its back buffer or failing to ask the local X11 server to repaint the window. Does the window refresh if you use the "refresh" menu entry in xpra's system tray?

Please include the "-d paint" client log. (small sample is enough) Please also try running the client with:

  • XPRA_REPAINT_ALL=1 xpra attach ...
  • XPRA_USE_CAIRO_BACKING=1 xpra attach ...
  • a different window manager

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  • Ticket #1610

    • Property Owner changed from Antoine Martin to chaanakya
  • Ticket #1610 – Description

    initial v1  
    1 This problem only happens in urxvt as far as I know and it is only a problem if I disable OpenGL. I am using AwesomeWM on Debian Buster/Sid and I am using xpra version 2.1 revision 16525, but I have seen this for a while. If I disable OpenGL and open a urxvt window, the whole window will refuse to repaint until I resize the window, which apparently triggers a refresh. Thus I cannot see what I am typing or the output of anything unless I constantly keep resizing the window. No other applications are affected (that I am aware of). I enabled logging for {{{x11}}} and have attached the log here (truncated for the relevant part).
     1This problem only happens in urxvt as far as I know and it is only a problem if I disable OpenGL. I am using AwesomeWM on Debian Buster/Sid and I am using xpra version 2.1 revision r16525, but I have seen this for a while. If I disable OpenGL and open a urxvt window, the whole window will refuse to repaint until I resize the window, which apparently triggers a refresh. Thus I cannot see what I am typing or the output of anything unless I constantly keep resizing the window. No other applications are affected (that I am aware of). I enabled logging for {{{x11}}} and have attached the log here (truncated for the relevant part).