|Summary:||Backgrounds not always updated properly when screen is resized|
|Product:||[Fedora] Fedora||Reporter:||Sitsofe Wheeler <sitsofe>|
|Component:||gnome-shell||Assignee:||Owen Taylor <otaylor>|
|Status:||CLOSED EOL||QA Contact:||Fedora Extras Quality Assurance <extras-qa>|
|Version:||20||CC:||andy, fmuellner, imc, otaylor, samkraju, walters|
|Fixed In Version:||Doc Type:||Bug Fix|
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|Last Closed:||2015-06-29 14:43:40 UTC||Type:||Bug|
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Description Sitsofe Wheeler 2014-01-24 10:27:17 UTC
Description of problem: When resizing the screen the background wallpaper is not always redrawn correctly and the background is drawn in solid blue. Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): gnome-shell-3.10.3-1.fc20.x86_64 How reproducible: Reproducible every time. Steps to Reproduce: 1. Start GNOME 3 inside VMWare Fusion windowed mode. 2. Make the window of the VM slightly larger/smaller vertically. 3. Repeat step 2. Actual results: Eventually the background will turn blue after step 2 and the wallpaper image will not be drawn. Expected results: Wallpaper image to always be redrawn. Additional info: This also affects the lock screen image although once that goes bad it seems to require an alt-f2 restart to be drawn correctly from then on.
Comment 1 Ian Collier 2014-06-05 11:47:12 UTC
I can reliably duplicate this behaviour with Xvnc on a standard Fedora 20 desktop: Xvnc -geometry 1024x768 -rfbAuth ~/.vnc/passwd :14 & vncviewer -passwd ~/.vnc/passwd :14 & DISPLAY=:14 gnome-session I don't have a monitors.xml. When the gnome-session starts up, it immediately resizes the VNC window to 1920x1200, and when it finishes initialising, the background is white. If I start up a terminal, the terminal has a thin blue border round it, but the rest of the background is still white. Moving the terminal around the screen leaves a trail because the background is not being redrawn properly. The trail is cleared if the mouse pointer is moved into the background outside the terminal window. This also happens if monitors.xml specifies a different size (larger or smaller) than the initial VNC window: Run gnome-control-center, select Displays and save 1024x768 as the chosen resolution. Incidentally, changing the screen size in this way fixes the gnome-shell for the current session. In addition, when repeating the above test, the background is now displayed correctly. However, if the test is now re-run with the geometry of Xvnc changed to 1280x1024, gnome-shell resizes the screen to 1024x768 and again has a white background that isn't redrawn properly. Version of gnome-shell on this setup: gnome-shell-3.10.4-4.fc20.x86_64
Comment 2 Andy Green 2014-08-11 00:52:17 UTC
(In reply to Ian Collier from comment #1) > I can reliably duplicate this behaviour with Xvnc on a standard Fedora 20 > desktop: > > Xvnc -geometry 1024x768 -rfbAuth ~/.vnc/passwd :14 & > vncviewer -passwd ~/.vnc/passwd :14 & > DISPLAY=:14 gnome-session > > I don't have a monitors.xml. When the gnome-session starts up, it > immediately resizes the VNC window to 1920x1200, and when it finishes > initialising, the background is white. If I start up a terminal, the > terminal has a thin blue border round it, but the rest of the background is > still white. Moving the terminal around the screen leaves a trail because > the background is not being redrawn properly. The trail is cleared if the > mouse pointer is moved into the background outside the terminal window. > > This also happens if monitors.xml specifies a different size (larger or > smaller) than the initial VNC window: > > Run gnome-control-center, select Displays and save 1024x768 as the chosen > resolution. Incidentally, changing the screen size in this way fixes the > gnome-shell for the current session. In addition, when repeating the above > test, the background is now displayed correctly. However, if the test is > now re-run with the geometry of Xvnc changed to 1280x1024, gnome-shell > resizes the screen to 1024x768 and again has a white background that isn't > redrawn properly. > > Version of gnome-shell on this setup: gnome-shell-3.10.4-4.fc20.x86_64 Thanks Ian, I have the same problem with gnome-shell-3.10.4-8.fc20.x86_64 and your workaround of changing the resolution solves it for the session, removing a great annoyance, since it has been a long time since I saw such window frame trails on Windows 95... now it looks beautiful again. Also I can confirm what sitsofe was saying about getting a blue background redraw one time after leaving the activities menu, with different shade of blue rectangles where the windows were in the activities view. Otherwise it redraws less often than it should with solid white. -Andy
Comment 3 Ian Collier 2014-11-21 18:17:18 UTC
I believe the patch here fixes this issue: https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=709313 Although the patch is for 3.12, it applies more or less cleanly to the Fedora 20 version.
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