Bug#416913: GKSudo's `dimming the screen` visual looks corrupted
sa at whiz.se
Thu Apr 5 21:32:01 UTC 2007
forwarded 416913 http://savannah.nongnu.org/bugs/?19181
On Sat, 2007-03-31 at 15:49 +0300, Yuli Cherkashin wrote:
> When GKSudo dims the screen the effect produced is nowhere near a nice
> and smooth fade it should produce. Instead I get several shades of
> colored boxes. That result in a half-dimmed desktop and a gksu window
> in the center, as should be. Same for fadeout. Tested on Edgy and
> Feisty, nvidia Geforce2 440MX and ati Radeon 8500 AIW (open and
> proprietary drivers, with and without Beryl).
> Not crucial to functionality, but annoying visually. Extremely.
How come you are reporting bugs to Debian if you're running Ubuntu? ;-)
Anyway, I have marked the bug as forwarded as this has been reported
before, and there are patches available.
This bug against gnome-session can also be of interest, I believe the
fade code in gksu comes from gnome-session initially?
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