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Re: Sliding desktop
I have always found turning blur off via CCSM makes the dash much more
responsive (though completely unusable) so yes it does seem to make a
lot of difference.
And anything that can improve responsiveness of a major component such
as the dash should be seriously considered.
On 12 November 2012 21:50, Ian Santopietro <isantop@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Is it really the blur that's causing slowdowns though? From conversations
> I've had with Unity engineers, the blur is not a particularly intensive
> effect, Atty least not in the way that Unity implements it. Remember, just
> because Window's blur is slow, doesn't mean Unity's will be as well.
> On Nov 12, 2012 2:44 PM, "Brandon Watkins" <bwat47@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On 11/12/2012 02:40 PM, balint777@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
>> I have made a really quick mockup about what i think would solve 2 things
>> i dont like about the current implementation of unity.
>> The blurred dash slows down the overall unity experience. Especially on
>> non-intel devices and while runnung dynamically rendered content (video or
>> The close button is in the corner in place of the ubuntu logo right now.
>> What do you think?
>> Csonka Bálint
>> I'd take any alternative over the blur, in my experience its unusable slow
>> on any chips pre-sandybridge. For example my older laptop has intel ironlake
>> and the dash blur makes unity totally unusable.
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