On 4 May 2012 14:18, Rashif Ray Rahman <sc...@archlinux.org> wrote: > Hey guys > > I wasn't subscribed when I sent the first e-mail so this reply might > mess up a few things (using GMail so can't edit headers). And since > then there have been a number of replies. > > Anyway I should've mentioned that I'm on Arch Linux and Intel graphics > (GM45 Express Chipset; probably GMA 4500MHD gpu). > > The good news is all of a sudden I do not see the "stuck" behaviour. > It does scroll, but awfully slowly. Both up down and sideways (I like > to read while holding down the right arrow key). There have been some > Intel driver and Mesa updates in the recent past, so it is possible > (though with a great level of uncertainty) they did something (good). > > So the bad news is, well, the scrolling is slow. The raster graphics > system switch did not appear to help in my case. The bottomline is > that if at least one other person cannot reproduce this (as in, > scrolling works for you like it does in any other app in this world) > then it is unlikely to be a LyX bug.
And oh yes, I'm on KDE. But on my system it does not make a difference what DE or WM I'm on, as I've reproduced this with E17 and Openbox. -- GPG/PGP ID: C0711BF1