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Wrong screen capturing and flickering when using gnome-screenshot or
kazam on Dell XPS 13 9350
Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
Description: Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS
version: Ubuntu 4.4.0-38.57-generic 4.4.19
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When using the gnome-screenshot to capture screen, an irrelevant area of the
screen is captured. It could be the login background or 'cached' screen area
from windows that have been opened and closed a long time ago, instead of the
real area captured with the cursor selector.
This will might not be a gnome-screenshot at all, and more probably an
intel hd graphics driver issue, since using any alternative packages
for screenshoting or screencasting will end in same result.
Another strange thing is that on cold boots, everything is working
properly for a while, but after some time, and after screen locks, the
capturing tools will again start to misbehave.
Here are some screencasts captured with kazam, exposing a similar
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