Description of problem:
When I select a background image in my Gnome environment, create a big window
and move it around, the background color is first visible until the background
image is redrawn when the clock cycles to do that are available
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. select a large screen resolution on a fairly slow computer
2. switch desktop background to an image
3. start a program that creates a window and move it around
the parts of the background that becomes visible when the image is moved is
first filled with the background color that was before the background image was
selected, then a moment later the background image is "painted" in the area
as in redhat-8, the background image is displayed directly and not "painted"
ick, did this break again.
After another complete reinstall of phoebe I don't see this problem.
I did however create a new account on the old install and reproduced the problem
with a clean account.
Unfortunately the old installation was overwritten, so I can't diff config files
or debug the problem from there.
Someone else noted the same thing, but when he changed the background it
disappeared. Needs investigation.
I believe this has been fixed in 2.1.91. Can you try it?
I can try it but I'm afraid that won't tell much, since I can't reproduce the problem since the reinstall (no, I didn't save my old $HOME). Someone that experiences the problem should have a look at the updated package.
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