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Old 22nd December 2010, 01:29 PM
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Screen Refresh Problem


Hope someone can help me with this because it is really annoying the crap out of me.

I have switched to using pcmanfm as my file manager and also use that to draw the desktop. It is way faster than nautilus and also nautilus still has a bug in Fedora 14 when you select list view - it takes AAAAAGES to load if the folder is large.

Now that i am using pcmanfm for my desktop All my applications don't refresh properly on the screen. If I move my mouse over a menu all the menu items become highlighted and don't go back to normal when I move on to the next one.

When I am typing text like in here and and delete something i have to physically scroll the page up and down for it to refresh that I have deleted the text.

When I am browsing the web I have to scroll the page when i click on a new tab before i can actually see the contents of that tab in mozilla.

This is happening with all apps - is there any easy solution?
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