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Re: OpenGL performance with Gala


I have the opposite problem. Games like Urban Terror work like a charm on
Gnome Shell and Unity but are terribly slow on Openbox and Awesome WM (with
or without xcompmgr for compositing).

On Sun, Nov 4, 2012 at 7:56 PM, Sergio Costas <rastersoft@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi all:
> I installed Limbo (an OpenGL game), and found that the animation is
> extremely bad: there's a big delay between keystrokes and the FPS are
> quite low.
> I changed to gnome classic desktop (without desktop effects), and it
> worked like a charm.
> I presume that this is due to the well-known composite desktop problem,
> where the window manager has to re-render each frame.
> The question is: is there a way for fixing this in Gala, like KDE and
> Gnome people did (AFAIK, by reparenting the full screen windows in order
> to make them not-composite managed)?
> Thanks.
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