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Description of problem:
Test case Intel video glx for Fedora 13.
After enabling Desktop effects, Gnome Terminal shows strange characters when typing. On about every second occasion, ls -al seems to hang and continues only after pressing the enter key.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Enable Compiz Desktop effects
2. Additionally Click 'Workspaces on a Cube' and 'Windows Wobble when Moved'
3. Open Gnome Terminal and begin to type some text
Instead of the typed text, only black block characters appear. If I type ls -al, it hangs on about every second occasion and continues only after hitting the return key.
The typed text is readable, i.e. no black block characters. The command ls -al does not hang.
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- Smolt profile
Have you seen bug 577142? It seems very similar.
No, I haven't seen bug 577142 until you pointed me to it. It seems to be related in that it happens when I activate Compiz, but then I don't see lines disappearing and I did not see the menu highlighted thing as described in the bug you mentioned. I only see solid black boxes instead of the characters I type.
I'm not sure how the kernel version is related to this. My tests were on a fully updated F13, while the other bug seems to be on Rawhide.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 14 development cycle.
Changing version to '14'.
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