[compiz] Re: Compiz and Alt-Gr problem

2006-07-16 Thread Colin Guthrie
Hi, Mauricio Henriquez wrote: anyone on the list??, is a little silence... It's not the busiest of lists. Mostly developers working on compiz (and me!) I have Xgl+Compiz on my FC5 and I can't use the Alt-Gr key...if I try to run for example setxkbmap -layout 'es,es' -model pc105 This is

[compiz] Re: compiz developers

2006-07-17 Thread Colin Guthrie
Mauricio Henriquez wrote: Hi Colin Gutrie: Thanks for your repply about alt-gr problem. And great I'm also a developer (opengl developer), so I very happy to find a developer list of compiz...I'm working in some ideas for pluggins (for now only in a opengl format without nothing about

[compiz] Re: Skydome not working

2006-09-06 Thread Colin Guthrie
Ovid wrote: Hi all, I've searched all over to the answer for this but no luck. In short, skydome doesn't seem to be working, I only have a black background. Skydome is pointing at the following: $ file plaza.png plaza.png: PNG image data, 2048 x 1024, 8-bit/color RGB, non-interlaced In the

[compiz] Re: Skydome not working

2006-09-06 Thread Colin Guthrie
Ovid wrote: - Original Message From: Colin Guthrie [EMAIL PROTECTED] All I can say is that Skydome is workign for me on compiz-quinnstorm from a few days ago. I have a similar sized background image and am using Twinview on dual monitors. Sorry I can't be more helpful. No worries

[compiz] Re: [ANNOUNCE] compiz-0.2.0

2006-10-03 Thread Colin Guthrie
Mirco Müller wrote: I tried to put it before or after cube and rotate AFAIK, plane is meant as an alternative for cube (and thus rotate). I think you have to disable cube/rotate for plane to work. Certainly this is the impression I get from beryl which now has conflicts code to ensure that

[compiz] Re: BlurFX for compiz

2006-10-05 Thread Colin Guthrie
Mike Dransfield wrote: Speaking as a developer, not a compiz developer... I think that using IRC for technical discussions is totally wrong. Writing software requires a lot of formality, discussion about changing the core should be done in a public and recorded way so that people in the

[compiz] Re: configuration support in dbus plugin

2006-10-05 Thread Colin Guthrie
David Reveman wrote: I've added configuration support to the dbus plugin. I haven't done much testing so let me know if you find any issues with it. You can find some usage examples in the dbus plugin code. Wowa! This is really spooky! I presume this would allow the creation of a

[compiz] Re: Multisceen Support WAS : Re: [Fwd: Re: compiz coding style]

2006-10-09 Thread Colin Guthrie
Alexandre Mazari wrote: Hi list ! A quick reaction to : Dual-/multi-head support? After lots of inquiries you rudely brushed that subject aside because xinerama isn't really useful and made it pretty clear how much you valued the community: , DR I wont accept any xinerama patches,

[compiz] Re: gnome-terminal resizing issues

2006-10-14 Thread Colin Guthrie
Mark Rosenstand wrote: Hi, I'm having a strange problem with gnome-terminal doubling its own window size every time I switch tabs while some fullscreen app (e.g. less or screen) is running in the terminal and the window isn't the default size. To reproduce: - open a terminal and make it

[compiz] Warning to Nvidia Binary Driver users (Stable, not Beta)

2006-10-17 Thread Colin Guthrie
In the interests of people safety: I know many of you are not sub'ed to the xorg ML, so: It appears there is a root exploit for Nvidia's Stable Driver. http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/xorg/2006-October/018833.html So be on your guard. Col.

[compiz] Re: Window title in bar doesn't change when application requests it

2006-10-20 Thread Colin Guthrie
Toby Smithe wrote: On Fri, 2006-10-20 at 06:22 -0700, Wil Reichert wrote: Edgy + xcfe + compiz (gandolfn) works fine for me. None of the issues you described above. Using OSS R300 driver. Looks like it's a problem with Compiz+i810, then. I wouldn't know how to start to debug this kind of

[compiz] Re: input transformations

2007-02-06 Thread Colin Guthrie
Xavier Bestel wrote: On Mon, 2007-02-05 at 18:06 -0800, Keith Packard wrote: On Mon, 2007-02-05 at 20:04 -0500, David Reveman wrote: Non-contiguous windows are important so I wouldn't want an implementation that didn't support that. It didn't add any complexity to support it in my

[compiz] Re: [PATCH] Resize improvements (Multiple resize modes, better aspect ratio constraining)

2007-04-19 Thread Colin Guthrie
Anders Storsveen wrote: how can vista resizing and redrawing be so fast, while compiz and osx' resizing is slow? as I understand it, vista also uses composition in their aero-glass stuff too. Seems pretty fast resizing here? Can you be more descriptive? Do you mean on certain

[compiz] Re: Commit mailing list

2007-04-19 Thread Colin Guthrie
Dennis Kasprzyk wrote: Is there a way to get a public commit mailing list for compiz? Or how about CIA.vc integration a la: http://cia.vc/stats/project/beryl That way you can get a nice RSS feed and various other nice stats etc. IIRC compiz used to be CIA'ified when it was in CVS prior to Git

[compiz] Re: --skip-gl-yield

2007-04-19 Thread Colin Guthrie
Joel Calado wrote: Beryl has a --skip-gl-yield ( I think now managed by --force-nvidia, dont really know though), that eases the use of beryl under heavy CPU load. Is this implemented in compiz? Cause compiz is _REALLY_ slow under heavy cpu use for me. AFAIK, this is just an argument that

[compiz] Re: --skip-gl-yield

2007-04-19 Thread Colin Guthrie
Ioannis Nousias wrote: I think the variable is '__GL_YIELD', i.e.: __GL_YIELD=NOTHING compiz ... Oh yeah, sorry I copy/pasted wrong Does that work for you Joel? Col ___ compiz mailing list compiz@lists.freedesktop.org

[compiz] Re: White Boarders in AIGLX on non-decorated window types

2007-04-20 Thread Colin Guthrie
David Reveman wrote: It just happens that we avoid that issue when we're making the code a bit more efficient. Don't you just LOVE it when that kind of thing happens?? :) Col ___ compiz mailing list compiz@lists.freedesktop.org

[compiz] Re: --skip-gl-yield

2007-04-20 Thread Colin Guthrie
Kristian Lyngstøl wrote: I think it's appropriate to extend the existing manager-program(s) so they also do the system checks Beryl currently does in core. This will keep compiz-core clean, and present users with a single tool to start things up, without having to know what options to use.

[compiz] Re: --skip-gl-yield

2007-04-20 Thread Colin Guthrie
Kristian Lyngstøl wrote: Sure, I was thinking of makeing this simple and generic. I don't really think wether it is compiled or not matters all that much, though. Cool. I reckon if it can be done in scripts it should be, but that's just my preference. Makes it easier to include in packages but

[compiz] Re: ATI and GLX_EXT_texture_from_pixmap error

2007-04-23 Thread Colin Guthrie
Paul Wellner Bou wrote: Perhaps I'll by an nvidia soon. Or an intel... support the company that appears to be giving more back to the Open Source community :) Col ___ compiz mailing list compiz@lists.freedesktop.org

[compiz] Re: adding XCB dependency

2007-04-27 Thread Colin Guthrie
Danny Baumann wrote: Does anyone of you know when XCB will be included in all major distributions? We ship it in Mandriva. Col ___ compiz mailing list compiz@lists.freedesktop.org http://lists.freedesktop.org/mailman/listinfo/compiz

Re: [compiz] xsltproc, schemas.xslt

2007-05-15 Thread Colin Guthrie
David Reveman wrote: xsltproc is distributed as part of the libxslt package, hence separating xsltproc and the libxslt.pc file like ubuntu has done seems like a mistake to me but I guess it doesn't hurt to include a check to ensure that the binary is present so I've included your patch. FYI,

Re: [compiz] CompComm has a real name!

2007-06-20 Thread Colin Guthrie
Jeffrey Laramie wrote: I'm pleased to announce that the chosen name of our project and community is: Compiz Fusion Just a few quick questions from a packagers perspective! Is the name Compiz Fusion as in both words or will it be referred to as just Fusion, but colloqually as Compiz Fusion

Re: [compiz] CompComm has a real name!

2007-06-20 Thread Colin Guthrie
Dennis Kasprzyk wrote: This can still change and we hope to finalize the naming stuff during the next days. Be also prepared that some of the git directories may also change during the next days. Thanks for the summary... I wont hold you to it should changes still occur but it's nice to

[compiz] LIBGL_ALWAYS_INDIRECT=1 patch fix - any reason why it's not included?

2007-07-04 Thread Colin Guthrie
Hi, I was just struggling with the problem of starting compiz while having to use LIBGL_ALWAYS_INDIRECT environment variable. In our packages we have a patch that means we do not need to set this variable as it searches also the glxServerExtensions. This is not my patch but it is quite well

[compiz] --sm-client-id problem?

2007-07-04 Thread Colin Guthrie
Hi, When I try to integrate compiz into the Gnome startup process and pass a relevent --sm-client-id value, it seems (not got 100% proof yet) that compiz hangs the login. This used to work perfectly, but I'm just wondering if there is a current issue with this? Thanks for any input. Col

Re: [compiz] LIBGL_ALWAYS_INDIRECT=1 patch fix - any reason why it's not included?

2007-07-04 Thread Colin Guthrie
Michel Dänzer wrote: On Wed, 2007-07-04 at 13:29 +0100, Colin Guthrie wrote: I was just struggling with the problem of starting compiz while having to use LIBGL_ALWAYS_INDIRECT environment variable. In our packages we have a patch that means we do not need to set this variable as it searches

Re: [compiz] LIBGL_ALWAYS_INDIRECT=1 patch fix - any reason why it's not included?

2007-07-04 Thread Colin Guthrie
Michel Dänzer wrote: On Wed, 2007-07-04 at 15:04 +0100, Colin Guthrie wrote: I don't really know enough about how all this works to comment on it, so are you saying that without the ALWAYS_INDIRECT workaround that applications other than compiz will be affected? Or is it that the patch

Re: [compiz] INTEL_BATCH=1

2007-07-05 Thread Colin Guthrie
Hendrik Kaju wrote: I have noticed a framerate boost (~700 fps without it and ~1100 fps with the variable) in glxgears using INTEL_BATCH=1 but no performance gain in real 3D apps (Enemy Territory, Google Earth). I got these results with a 915GM card in Feisty Fawn. However in Mandriva One (I

Re: [compiz] Hello EveryOne...Problems here GLX_EXT_texture_from_pixmap?

2007-07-11 Thread Colin Guthrie
Orestes leal wrote: I mean, Getting XGL and compiling from the sources and configuring? It's posible at hand? no matter ho dificult will be, I will do it. There is a gazillion guides out on the web. Just google for it. What distro are you using? I'd be surprised if there is not some degree of

Re: [compiz] video plugin update

2007-07-12 Thread Colin Guthrie
David Reveman wrote: I had to update the video plugin interface slightly to fix some bugs. I've attached an updated mplayer patch. Feed the Stupid please I remember reading that this plugin is effectively for Xgl? Does this also work for AIGLX? I've got intel i945GM and can't use Xv under

Re: [compiz] video plugin update

2007-07-12 Thread Colin Guthrie
Treviño wrote: If I'm not wrong the X patch is for Xgl (also if I've applied to my Xorg and it works well), I've tested the previous patch with AIGLX and it works really well. At the countrary, this new patch doesn't work anymore :( Just tried it. Works great for me :) Thanks David (and iXce

Re: [compiz] video plugin update

2007-07-13 Thread Colin Guthrie
David Reveman wrote: I had to update the video plugin interface slightly to fix some bugs. I've attached an updated mplayer patch. David, Is this patch ever going to make it upstream to mplayer do you think? Has it been submitted/reviewed by upstream devs? Cheers Col

Re: [compiz] video plugin update

2007-07-16 Thread Colin Guthrie
David Reveman wrote: I had to update the video plugin interface slightly to fix some bugs. I've attached an updated mplayer patch. It seems to work fine for stand alone mplayer but is anyone else having trouble when using it via mplayerplugin in firefox? I've not rebuilt mplayerplugin but I

Re: [compiz] KDE Window decorator offset on maximized windows.

2007-08-03 Thread Colin Guthrie
Diogo Ferreira wrote: On Thu, 2007-08-02 at 10:34 +0100, Colin Guthrie wrote: Hi, Any reason why this would happen that you can think of? http://qa.mandriva.com/show_bug.cgi?id=32215 I have no idea why it happens but I think it depends on the theme, kde-window-decorator must be bugged

Re: [compiz] [ANNOUNCE] compiz-0.5.2

2007-08-07 Thread Colin Guthrie
David Reveman wrote: On Tue, 2007-08-07 at 19:35 +0200, dragoran wrote: On 8/3/07, David Reveman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: A new compiz release 0.5.2 is now available any chance for a 0.6.0 release before 2007/08/28 ? (fedora 8 feature freeze) I wont have time but we could create

Re: [compiz] KDE Window decorator offset on maximized windows.

2007-08-07 Thread Colin Guthrie
David Reveman wrote: On Fri, 2007-08-03 at 16:43 +0100, Colin Guthrie wrote: Diogo Ferreira wrote: On Thu, 2007-08-02 at 10:34 +0100, Colin Guthrie wrote: Hi, Any reason why this would happen that you can think of? http://qa.mandriva.com/show_bug.cgi?id=32215 I have no idea why it happens

Re: [compiz] [ANNOUNCE] compiz-0.5.4

2007-08-21 Thread Colin Guthrie
Danny Baumann wrote: Aside from those changes, my plan for 0.6 is to just collect what fixes come in from fedora and other distros and then release 0.6 mid-september. How does that sound? That sounds pretty good - actually, I wanted to propose a release within 4-6 weeks when I read your

Re: [compiz] [ANNOUNCE] compiz-0.6.0

2007-10-03 Thread Colin Guthrie
Danny Baumann wrote: I will release a 0.6.2 ASAP that fixes that problem, but until then, If you want to apply another quick patch that fixes a bug see this one: https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=12663 (patch attached). Col ___ compiz

Re: [compiz] Stable Compiz release

2007-10-04 Thread Colin Guthrie
okasion wrote: Hello, I'm a everyday Compiz 0.4's stable version user and I would like to know when a new stable version shall be released. Thanks in advance. Stable 0.6.0 has been released already. but it contains a bug so I'd wait for 0.6.2 which is coming soon or so I'm lead to believe! Col

Re: [compiz] Video plugin and patched MPlayer

2007-10-13 Thread Colin Guthrie
Michał Sawicz wrote: Hi, I'm using compiz-fusion 0.5.4 on openSUSE 10.3 with Xgl and intel 855GM video card. I've patched and compiled (or so I thought) MPlayer1.0rc2, but I can't see no difference... How can I confirm that it's compiled correctly and how can I check that it actually

Re: [compiz] [ANNOUNCE] compiz-0.6.0

2007-10-14 Thread Colin Guthrie
Danny Baumann wrote: I will release a 0.6.2 ASAP that fixes that problem, but until then, please either apply this commit to the release tarball: http://gitweb.freedesktop.org/?p=xorg/app/compiz.git;a=commit;h=b6c6acc70261d0942977441914c23e7a1c99215e or continue to use the compiz-0.6 branch.

Re: [compiz] [ANNOUNCE] compiz-0.6.0

2007-10-14 Thread Colin Guthrie
Danny Baumann wrote: A new compiz release 0.6.0 is now available from: Are you aware that the compiz.org website is still lagging behind? It still mentions 0.4.0 as the current stable Col ___ compiz mailing list compiz@lists.freedesktop.org

Re: [compiz] No 3D in KDE, other effects work

2007-10-20 Thread Colin Guthrie
Dotan Cohen wrote: In Ubuntu 7.10 with KDE, I have compiz running under XGL. Although Beryl ran fine in Ubuntu 7.04, Compiz will not enable 3D effects such as wobbly windows. Other effects, such as minimize/restore animations, work properly. The machine is a Dell Inspiron 6400 / E1505 laptop,

Re: [compiz] compiz workarounds plugin and firefox on Fedora 8

2007-10-26 Thread Colin Guthrie
Thomas J. Baker wrote: On Fedora 8, the workarounds plugin is not working for me with regards to Firefox menus. It seems to alternately treat the menu as a window (with window open and close animations) and a menu (menu animations). It alternates back and forth for any menu clicked. I'm

Re: [compiz] compiz workarounds plugin and firefox on Fedora 8

2007-10-27 Thread Colin Guthrie
dragoran wrote: Danny Baumann wrote: Hi, There is a bug report for this here: http://bugs.opencompositing.org/show_bug.cgi?id=431 It seems to be fixed for Firefox in the current git version. I cannot find any fix for this in git the commit linked above is already part of the

Re: [compiz] video plugin update

2007-10-29 Thread Colin Guthrie
David wrote: This is in reference to the earlier message. http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/compiz/2007-July/002494.html I don't think I replied to it correctly. Sorry. David wrote: I modified the patch slightly for RC2 of Mplayer Did you modify it in any other way, or did you

Re: [compiz] Making the video plugin + patched MPlayer work with other backends

2007-11-05 Thread Colin Guthrie
Sam Spilsbury wrote: Hi, I'm wondering how I can make my patched up mplayer work with other MPlayer frontends, such as mplayer-plugin, GMPlayer, SMPlayer and KMPlayer. When I play a video using mplayer normally with: mplayer video.ext, It detects the compiz video output and works fine,

Re: [compiz] CVE-2007-3920

2007-11-06 Thread Colin Guthrie
Hanno Böck wrote: A bypass for screensaver password dialogs has been found within compiz. What about it? Ubuntu created a patch, gentoo took the same: https://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=196878 I'm no expert in these matter, but is hard coding gnome-screensaver into compiz the right

Re: [compiz] [PATCH] Don't draw shaded windows about to be destroyed

2007-11-27 Thread Colin Guthrie
Jay Catherwood wrote: Hi, On both git master and the Ubuntu Gutsy packages, I have a problem with closing shaded windows when the animation plugin is active: (1) Activate the animation plugin (2) Shade a window (3) Close it The shaded window's titlebar does not disappear when the

Re: [compiz] openSuSE 10.3 compiz loads with white screen for 1 user

2008-01-06 Thread Colin Guthrie
David C. Rankin wrote: Listmates, I have an interesting problem with compiz on openSuSE 10.3. On a 4 user system, compiz loads with a blank white desktop. The desktop begins to load and you can see the desktop background, then it goes completely blank white. The mouse cursor is

Re: [compiz] BUG in 'Fade to Desktop' (was Re: ATI 8.452 driver, Compiz: Frozen Alt+F2 Run Command Dialog)

2008-01-28 Thread Colin Guthrie
David C. Rankin wrote: Gentlemen, 'Fade to Desktop' is the offending plugin. On my system, if enabled, you get the above behavior. Disable it, the run command dialog returns to working fine. Is there an official bugzilla where I should report this, or, is this list sufficient to

Re: [compiz] compiz works really strange with external monitor

2008-02-05 Thread Colin Guthrie
Danny Baumann wrote: I'm inclined to say that this is broken Xinerama information provided by the driver. Yes. Try the git version of the intel driver. I've had a collegue report that this resolved the xinerama issues he was having (non-compiz) on Mandriva. Col

Re: [compiz] [ANNOUNCE] compiz-0.7.0

2008-02-08 Thread Colin Guthrie
Dennis Kasprzyk wrote: A new compiz release 0.7.0 is now available from: For those of us out of the loop a bit of late, does anyone have the following snippets of info: 1. Is this meant to be a dev release (e.g. odd number == dev)? 2. What is the state of the fusion plugin set? Grab from git

Re: [compiz] [ANNOUNCE] compiz-0.7.0

2008-02-08 Thread Colin Guthrie
Danny Baumann wrote: For those of us out of the loop a bit of late, does anyone have the following snippets of info: 1. Is this meant to be a dev release (e.g. odd number == dev)? Yes. It should be a pretty stable dev release, though ;-) Thanks. That works for me ;) 2. What is the state

Re: [compiz] compiz 0.7 error No GLXFBConfig for default depth

2008-02-25 Thread Colin Guthrie
Frederik Himpe wrote: After these updates, I restarted X, and compiz was broken. Out of curiosity, could you have updated our X package before this update but not restarted X? I do this quite often as I tend to suspend... It can make it a pain for tracking down such errors perhaps it is X

Re: [compiz] compiz 0.7 error No GLXFBConfig for default depth

2008-03-04 Thread Colin Guthrie
Colin Guthrie wrote: Frederik Himpe wrote: I am 100% sure it is caused by compiz update. I do a complete restart of my computer every day. Let's take a look at the transactions done around that time: OK I'm convinced ;) Now just to work out why. Hi Compiz People :) I've been trying

Re: [compiz] compiz 0.7 error No GLXFBConfig for default depth on nvidia + x86_64

2008-03-05 Thread Colin Guthrie
Can't believe I didn't notice this before, but this only seems to affect x86_64 boxes Probably a key factor. Do you think it's possible that this could be a bizarre compiler issue? Or does this info turn on a lightbulb for anyone? Col mania103 is your Colin Guthrie wrote: Colin Guthrie

Re: [compiz] No shutdown option in KDE with Compiz-Fusion

2008-03-07 Thread Colin Guthrie
Dotan Cohen wrote: I have installed Compiz-Fusion on several Ubuntu machines, all different hardware, with KDE. In all of them, the option to shutdown or reset the computer is absent from the KDE logout buttons when running Compiz-Fusion. I have searched google and see that others have this

Re: [compiz] compiz 0.7 error No GLXFBConfig for default depth on nvidia + x86_64

2008-03-14 Thread Colin Guthrie
Colin Guthrie wrote: Can't believe I didn't notice this before, but this only seems to affect x86_64 boxes Probably a key factor. OK, we've gotten to the bottom of this now. Two of my fellow Mandriva bods have worked out what's gone wrong: J.A. Magallón wrote: Hi all... I have been

Re: [compiz] Required versions and patches for compiz on AIGLX

2008-04-05 Thread Colin Guthrie
Adam K Kirchhoff wrote: You're not launching compiz with *any* plugins. You should either download and install libcompizconfig, the python bindings and backends, which will allow you to use the 'ccp' plugin, or you'll want to launch compiz with the 'glib' and 'gconf' plugins and then use

Re: [compiz] [ANNOUNCE] Compiz feature branch compiz++

2008-12-24 Thread Colin Guthrie
of educated way about C vs. C++ in compiz, but I'd generally suspect that C would still be the preferred route by most developers even if it is more effort. Col -- Colin Guthrie gmane(at)colin.guthr.ie http://colin.guthr.ie/ Day Job: Tribalogic Limited [http://www.tribalogic.net/] Open Source