On Wed, 2007-02-21 at 20:38 +0000, Mike Dransfield wrote: > David Reveman wrote: > > On Mon, 2007-02-19 at 15:58 +0000, Mike Dransfield wrote: > > > >> I am having a few problems with blur which I notice other people > >> are having too. > >> > >> Focus blur works perfectly (although only with 4xBilinear) > >> > > > > Using a source blur filter with radius greater than one texel is not > > currently supported as it will not work with the current decoration > > interface but I plan to fix that eventually. > > > > Its not a problem, but its good to know :) > >> When I start blurdemo, that works too. The problem is that sometimes > >> changing the filter type crashes compiz. If I run it under a debugger > >> it starts working again. All the filter types work with blurdemo. > >> > > > > Any more details you can provide related to this crash would be useful. > > > > I have just been playaing around with the options and > I have managed to replicate something similar. > > Unfortunately there is not too much to go on, other than > this error. > > compiz: blur: failed to load blur program > > I was changing the filter from Mipmap -> Gaussian and > this error appeared, alpha blur did not work until a restart > of Compiz. The earlier problem pointed out by Ioannis > seems related. This time it didn't crash, just stopped > working.
OK, let me know if anything changed related to this now that Ioannis issue is fixed. > > >> Blurset also works in that it sets the hint on the window, but the > >> window does not get blurred. The only applications that work are > >> gnome-terminal and blurdemo. > >> > > > > Destination blur was only allowed on windows with an alpha channel > > before but I've changed that now. > > > > > This works perfectly now, thanks. good. - David _______________________________________________ compiz mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.freedesktop.org/mailman/listinfo/compiz