On Sat, Jan 12, 2019 at 9:48 AM Carsten Haitzler <ras...@rasterman.com> wrote:
&gt; it's been working a charm for me for months now... :) little
things here and
&gt; there have been fixed, but it's pretty much good.

Ok, got it working :)

I now have a build that will run under either Wayland or Xorg, based
on which session i choose to log in. This is based on the efl and
enlightenment from git, using the efl configuration parameters from
that AUR archive (without any of the disabler ones set).

However, now i still have my original two problems: an extra cursor
image in the middle of the screen, and no control over the window
borders. In fact, under the window menu, the "border" entry is
missing. If i go into "locks", "do not allow border change" is
checked. Unchecking it brings back the "border" entry, but top option,
"select border style", is missing.

The ghost cursor appears where the cursor was positioned on the login
screen before hitting enter after typing my password. If i switch back
to gdm's login screen, move the cursor around, then switch back, the
ghost cursor is in the new position. I can get rid of it by switching
to a vt that doesn't have this cursor and then back to e (wayland).
This may be a gdm3 problem, but a gnome wayland session doesn't show

The window border problem is the bigger issue: e seems to draw borders
whether or not windows should have them, and there doesn't seem to be
any way to remove them.


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