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Screen shot when problem happened
Description of problem:
My server install fedora 29 with gnome-desktop.
When I connect the server with 1024x768 resolution by vnc and move the files window quickly, it has graphic remnants of previous position sometimes.
This graphic remnants won't disapper until I right click on the screen or click the activity button.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1.Install fedora 29 with gnome-desktop on a aarch64 machine
2.Start vncserver on this machine
3.Use vnc viewer connect it by vnc with 1024x768 resolution
4.Click Activitie,then click Files
5.Move the Files window quickly and stop
Screen has graphic remnants of file window at previous position sometimes and not disapper.
no graphic remnants
Most of other resolutions don't have this problem.
Downgrade mesa-dri-drivers and mesa-filesystem to 18.1.5-1.fc29 manually can fix this problem,and mesa version >=18.2.0 will cause this problem.
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