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Re: Does KDE really support XRender?

A Diumenge 12 Octubre 2003 10:05, Anders Ellenshøj Andersen va escriure:
> ATTN! Weird palm placement on my laptops touchpad coursed previous mail to
> be sent prematurely, please disregard it because I wasn't finished writing.
> On Saturday 11 October 2003 23:27, Chris Cheney wrote:
> > > 1) Pointer shakes eraticaly when moved. On other operatingsystems the
> >
> > This sounds like a bug specific to your system... I even switched into
> > the lowest resolution mode on my system "640x480" and could not
> > reproduce this bug.
> Well I concede that this depends on what you are used to. A while back I
> was a die hard Amigan, and from Amigas I am used to the mouse pointer being
> a hardware sprite. When you moved the pointer around, the responce was
> incredibly smooth. In windows, some effort seem to have been paid to making
> the pointer move smoothly, even if there is no specific hardware to paint
> the pointer, it looks ok. In XFree86 it is bad. And it's not specific to my
> laptop (SiS630 chipset). I haven't seen an XFree86 setup that has smooth
> pointer movement, and I have seen a few different setups by now. To me the
> pointer kind of jumps around on the screen when you move it, disappearing
> in one position and reappearing in a new one. It also feels to me like
> there is a delay between when you move the mouse and when the pointer
> responds. It's just something like 50ms or the like, but I definately
> notice it.

You will have to try the linux kernel 2.6 the mouse cursor is much more 
smoother than in 2.4.

Adonde se cree que hay chorizos, no hay clavos donde colgarlos. 

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