|Summary:||Nautilus and Metacity icons get messed up|
|Product:||[Retired] Red Hat Linux||Reporter:||Neil de Carteret <redhatbugzilla>|
|Component:||XFree86||Assignee:||Mike A. Harris <mharris>|
|Status:||CLOSED NOTABUG||QA Contact:||David Lawrence <dkl>|
|Fixed In Version:||Doc Type:||Bug Fix|
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|Last Closed:||2002-12-15 13:28:31 UTC||Type:||---|
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Description Neil de Carteret 2002-12-14 11:46:44 UTC
From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.2.1) Gecko/20021130 Description of problem: Nautilus's icons get confused when any window is dragged over them; little bits of other icons show up, half of one icon, or an entire other icon squashed into one corner. Mousing over the icons fixes them until something perturbs them again. See broken-icons.png (att.) to see the effect. Metacity's window-border icons also suffer in similar ways, showing nothing, the wrong icon or just detritus. See broken-window-icons.png (att.) In this case mousing over fixes them , but only while the mouse is there - as soon as the mouse leaves the window they spring back to brokeness. I have noticed that it's only the focused window that gets this - as soon as another window gets the focus, the (now greyed out) icons look okay. Sawfish's icons do not do this. No other graphical corruption is evident anywhere. Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): How reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Drag a window past a desktop icon or an icon in Nautilus or 2. Play with the window icons
Comment 1 Neil de Carteret 2002-12-14 11:47:53 UTC
Created attachment 88721 [details] Busted nautilus icons from my desktop
Comment 2 Neil de Carteret 2002-12-14 11:48:34 UTC
Created attachment 88722 [details] Busted Bluecurve/metacity icons
Comment 3 Neil de Carteret 2002-12-14 11:55:53 UTC
Created attachment 88723 [details] More busted icons I just added this to demonstrate that the visual corruption is not the same every time, and seems to involve a certain amount of recycling - note how the first icon in this shot (coincidentally called "normal.log") is sound, the next two wrongly get the same icon as the first one (with corruption), then my RPMS directory is totally exploded - I think I can see elements from five different icons in there, with that icon from "normal.log" showing up again.
Comment 4 Havoc Pennington 2002-12-14 15:36:48 UTC
This says "X server bug" to me. What video card do you have, what version of XFree86, and what driver are you using?
Comment 5 Neil de Carteret 2002-12-14 16:18:22 UTC
Card: Inno3d GeForce 3 Ti200 X version: XFree 4.2.0 Driver: Tried both standard nv and and latest nvidia I must stress that it isn't happening in Sawfish, and there's no other corruption anywhere. I've just seen, though, that it happens in the Gnome menu's icons - it's just that they're smaller so I guess I hadn't noticed before. Is there something here that Metacity and Nautilus use that Sawfish doesn't? I shall install KDE and report back.
Comment 6 Neil de Carteret 2002-12-14 16:27:47 UTC
Okay, it was hardly extensive testing but I logged in with KDE, surfed a bit (knackering my Mozilla 1.2.1 profile because I hit the original web browser icon >_< ), played with Konqueror, dragged things round, opened lots of windows and it was all fine.
Comment 7 Mike A. Harris 2002-12-15 08:19:25 UTC
The "Nvidia" proprietary driver is not supported at all by Red Hat, and any bugs you encounter while using their driver, or after using their driver prior to a fresh system reboot without reloading their driver or kernel module, should be reported directly to Nvidia. We do not have the source code for their driver, and are unable to do anything about bugs in their driver. For the "nv" driver, however it is slightly different. You need to configure XFree86 to use the "nv" driver that comes with XFree86, remove any special configuration options from your config file that are present just for the proprietary Nvidia driver, and reboot your computer into runlevel 3 ensuring that the nvdriver kernel module is never loaded, nor any other proprietary or 3rd party kernel modules. After that, please reproduce this problem with our supplied driver, and then attach your X config file, log file, /var/log/messages, and the output of "lsmod" as well as the output of "lspci -vvn". Thanks.
Comment 8 Neil de Carteret 2002-12-15 13:28:31 UTC
I beg forgiveness. I had gone back to nv but only restarted X, so the nVidia kernel module was still loaded. I'll take this over to nVidia's site. As you were.
Comment 9 Havoc Pennington 2002-12-15 18:20:22 UTC
metacity/nautilus probably use the RENDER extension for accelerated image rendering, KDE and Sawfish may not. This extension is perhaps broken with your drivers.