[Bug 959031] Re: Content of window of some GTK3 applications is garbage

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On 2012-03-12T12:40:44+00:00 Nucleo-u wrote:

Application list in gnome-packagekit-3.3.5 (gpk-application) broken.
Looks like it shifted to the left.
Don't know what update led to this bug.
Currently installed oxygen-gtk3-1.0.2, gnome-packagekit-3.3.5, gtk3-3.3.18.

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On 2012-03-12T12:41:46+00:00 Nucleo-u wrote:

Created attachment 69533
gpk-application with broken application list

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On 2012-03-12T12:46:12+00:00 Ruslan wrote:

Oh, that's ugly. But I think you can use a workaround until me or Hugo
get to this application: recompile oxygen-gtk using "cmake
-DENABLE_INNER_SHADOWS_HACK=1 .." instead of usual "cmake .."

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On 2012-03-12T12:46:45+00:00 Ruslan wrote:

Oops, I mean ...HACK=0, not 1

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On 2012-03-12T21:09:15+00:00 Nucleo-u wrote:

-DENABLE_INNER_SHADOWS_HACK=0 fixes bug.

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On 2012-03-14T09:48:25+00:00 Adam Reeve wrote:

Created attachment 69606
Screenshot showing problem with Oxygen theme in Seahorse (gtk3 app)

I think the same bug shows up in Seahorse. If this is a different
problem I'll submit a separate bug but the effect looks similar. Things
seem to appear and disappear as I move my mouse around the application.

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On 2012-03-14T10:18:17+00:00 Hugo Pereira Da Costa wrote:

yes, that's the same issue.
It seems there is some offset missing, when rendering child's content in offscreen window.
Also, maybe this is 'simply' a gtk3 bug.
Note: gtk3.3 is still the *unstable* branch.
I'd recommand
- give a shot at gtk3.2
- see if the bug is still present
- submit a bug to gtk3 (with a link to here) if it still is.

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On 2012-03-14T10:18:45+00:00 Hugo Pereira Da Costa wrote:

Sorry
meant: 
- submit a bug to gtk if the bug is _not_ present with gtk3.2

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On 2012-03-14T11:28:17+00:00 Hugo Pereira Da Costa wrote:

ok. I can reproduce the issue even in oxygen-gtk3-demo, with gtk+-3.3.18

see: http://wstaw.org/m/2012/03/14/plasma-desktoprw2782.png

Not in gtk+-3.2.x
So this definitely is a regression with gtk and should be reported to them.
I'll investigate a bit more, but will likely close as upstream if I don't find anything suspicious.

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On 2012-03-14T11:53:38+00:00 Hugo Pereira Da Costa wrote:

... can't reproduce with 3.3.16
And Ruslan with 3.3.14

So confirmed. Gtk regression.
Fixing as upstream.
(Note: gtk-3.2 is the stable release. We try to avoid fixing issues with the unstable, because ... it is unstable ...)

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On 2012-03-22T16:32:53+00:00 Hugo Pereira Da Costa wrote:

Actually, this is now fixed (in our code)

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On 2012-03-24T02:57:22+00:00 Nucleo-u wrote:

Bug is fixed in oxygen-gtk3-1.0.2-1.

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** Changed in: gtk2-engines-oxygen
       Status: Unknown => Fix Released

** Changed in: gtk2-engines-oxygen
   Importance: Unknown => Medium

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