User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux i686; rv:5.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/5.0
When using compiz with gtk-window-decorator the window title bars are not updated correctly. You can see this in firefox (or any probably any other application with tabs, e.g. nautilus), where the window title should change according to the active tab (see attached screenhot). I also noticed, that the title bar doesn't update the active state of the window. If I activate an inactive window, the title bar remains opaque and grey.
This problems only occurs when using the gtk-window-decorator. The emerald window decorator for example is not affected.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Run compiz with gtk-window-decorator
2. Open firefox or nautilus with some tabs.
3. Switch between the tabs.
The window title won't update until you force a redraw of the titlebar by resizing the window.
The window title should change according to the active tab.
compiz version is 0.9.4.
Created attachment 516885 [details]
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