I've just installed #! on a new laptop and everything is fine except for one slight annoyance:
When it boots up, the icons in the tint2 menu at the top are 'smudgy'. If I restart compositing then this fixes the problem straight away.
Does anybody know why this might be happening (and how to stop it) or how I could automate the 'restart compositing' on boot up?
you could probably try increasing that "sleep 2s" in openbox autostart;
## Group start: ## 1. nitrogen - restores wallpaper ## 2. compositor - start ## 3. sleep - give compositor time to start ## 4. tint2 panel (\ nitrogen --restore && \ cb-compositor --start && \ sleep 2s && \ tint2 \ ) &
Last edited by brontosaurusrex (2013-10-31 12:42:01)
I added this line:
(sleep 3s && cb-compositor --restart) &
There's a very slight delay, but that's fine. Would be nice to now why it needs doing, but I can live with it!