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Old 15th January 2008, 12:39 AM
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SOLVED: fglrx: moving windows is extremely slow (but 3D is working)

Installed F8 on my iMac successfully. But using fglrx gives a strange problem (no matter if I'm using KDE or XFCE): The moving of open windows is extremely laggy. 3D is working at acceptable speed.
I've already had this problem on a x86-server at home, for then I decided to stick with the radeon-driver.

I already tried to disable several xorg.conf settings (AIGLX, compositing), but nothing helped.

I'd appreciate any help or idea.


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Old 19th January 2008, 01:14 AM
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SOLVED: by using livna-display-config accidentally (no joke). I have no idea what exactly was changed in xorg.conf as I have had no backups, but I guess, it has something to do with VideoOverlay or GLOverlay (eventhough, I wasn't able to reproduce it).
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