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Conversation list has transparent blue border #300

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BitFlipp opened this Issue Mar 2, 2018 · 15 comments

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BitFlipp commented Mar 2, 2018

Kernel 4.15.6-1-ARCH
Cinnamon 3.6.7 (same on Gnome Shell 3.26)
NVIDIA driver 390.25-14

Other Dino windows and non-Dino windows are not affected.
Please let me know which further information I can provide.

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@philipishungry

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philipishungry commented Mar 5, 2018

regards the blue box happening around the main window, I have noticed it appeared on the "Render avatar on demand" (ca331e8 - 20180127) commit, at least for me, as the previous "Small fixes to MucManager" (03a349b-20180127) I have no problem with.
My Fedora install is fine but this happens on FreeBSD with gtk3-3.22.15_2 installed.

@BrainBlasted

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BrainBlasted commented Apr 2, 2018

@philipishungry are you using an Nvidia GPU? I had this issue too when using nvidia.

@foucault

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foucault commented Apr 25, 2018

I noticed that the border is not visible if a non-letter avatar is displayed (ie. an actually picture). I also have an NVidia GPU.

@Lucki

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Lucki commented May 10, 2018

I also have this problem. There's a blue transparent border around the window and also between the lines if someone else is currently typing where the lines move up a bit to give space to the typing marker.
Also there's a huge performance problem if Dino is visible. Animations are stucking and really slow.

@licaon-kter

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licaon-kter commented May 10, 2018

Seeing the blue thing inside the text too. 😔

@BrainBlasted

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BrainBlasted commented May 10, 2018

@Lucki

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Lucki commented May 10, 2018

@BrainBlasted Yes, nvidia 390.48 here.
Dino is the only program showing this behavior…

…only if the window size is greater than the height of available conversations. If you can't scroll in the conversations side panel the blue borders appear.
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@licaon-kter

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licaon-kter commented May 11, 2018

@BrainBlasted yes nVidia, no composition manager.

@ghost

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ghost commented Jun 3, 2018

I also get this from time to time and use an nvidia card.

Distribution: Solus 3.9999
Kernel 4.16.13-74.current
Budgie Desktop
NVIDIA driver 390.59

@Sylvhem

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Sylvhem commented Aug 10, 2018

I'm affected too. I can see the blue border around the window and sometimes the blue lines between the text.

A conversation with blue lines.
A window with blue border.

I'm using Dino 0.0~git274.ee5c838 from the openSUSE repository. My OS is Debian 9 and my DE is GNOME 3.22.2. My graphic card is a GeForce GTX 750 Ti/PCIe/SSE2 and the driver version is 384.130.

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mar-v-in commented Aug 19, 2018

Can someone with the blue rendering issues confirm that the issue is fixed on the avatar-image-surface branch?

@Lucki

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Lucki commented Aug 19, 2018

Whoops, seems fixed here :)

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mar-v-in commented Aug 19, 2018

@Lucki was it introduced for you with ca331e8 as well? Any change in performance issue for you with 926056d?

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Lucki commented Aug 19, 2018

I've edited my answer. There's no blue border anymore. Are the questions still relevant?

Don't know when it was introduced. With the new commit 926056d the performance is exactly as it should be? The blue borders had a huge performance impact, which is gone now.

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mar-v-in commented Aug 19, 2018

Great, so I guess all these nVidia related issues are fixed with that commit 🎉

no need to check if it was initially caused by the same issues as others, it very likely was ;)

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