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[Bug 1496525] Re: desktop is much smoother after toggling copy to texture in compizconfig
In case you aren't sure if it's working: Super+W to move all windows is
much, much faster now, and running something compiz-intensive like
Google Hangouts no longer slows down the rest of the display when you
have CPU+GPU to spare.
This also fixed an issue where Chrome would never report 60fps for
streaming video (when I had the FPS meter open from dev tools) -- it
used to top out at 40. Basically compiz no longer feels nearly as
poorly-optimized as I always thought it was. But I can't seem to
"automatically" get this effect to kick in by writing a bash file that
automatically enables and disables the copytex plugin in dconf at login;
I have to do it via compizconfig. And there's still the hotplugging
issue. I don't know if this means that this bottleneck was always
enabled on purpose for stability, or what ...
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