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Month: August 2020

Re: [trinity-users] Re: Re: Re: Re: Trinity with Wayland?

From: Janek Stolarek <jwstolarek@...>
Date: Tue, 18 Aug 2020 09:21:00 +0100
> Now I got confused. Once you say only FF and once you say Chromium also has
> the problem
Only FF has tearing problem. Both FF and Chromium have the problem of window areas disappearing 
when the applications are rendered on the GPU. With Chromium this isn't fatal and can be 
recovered from by reloading the webpage. FF needs to be restarted.

> And all of this happens "after suspend". I wonder what has TDE to do with
> all of this at all.
Did anyone claimed that TDE is somehow involved in this? I certainly didn't.

> So let me explain a bit. You insist using NVidea card with proprietary
> driver and complain on the TDE user list that it has some kind of issue.
> I just don't understand why you are doing all of this.
You are accusing me of things I didn't do and I don't like that. I wrote to the list asking about 
TDE running under Wayland and that was it. This is the ONLY information I ever asked for. Read my 
emails again and you will see that you started to question my motives and I only provided 
additional information to satisfy your curiosity. So, to be perfectly clear, I don't expect:

  * help with nvidia drivers
  * advice which GPU to use
  * advice which web browser to use
  * suggestions for different workflows

> I found out it is better to use Intel (the embedded card) as it has good to
> perfect support not only from Linux but also from Intel.
Good for you.

> I don't know if it helps. And anyway I have a feeling that the answer to
> your original question is NO and it seems no one tried it.
This is exactly what I originally asked about and was interested in. Thank you.