written in capitals, stupid vbulletin board is stupid.
Alt-Tab should be implemented on application side, works for me.
Last edited by brosis; 01-31-2013 at 11:30 AM.
Even though it should not be seen as a useful benchmark, it should not run faster or slower depending on the DE used.
With suspend compositions it's running at full power and it's just a single option. I wouldn't be surprised if such option doesn't exist in gnome shell.The fun news: KDE is freaking slow. Im already looking forward to the neckbeards suggesting hundreds of configs to change instead of just admitting the facts.
Would there be any argument as to why Undirect Fullscreen Windows SHOULDN'T be enabled by default in KDE?
I installed Ubuntu 12.04 last week on a machine and went to enable the equivalent functionality in Compiz Settings Manager and noticed the option was already enabled by default, so I wonder if the KDE devs should do the same thing.
If gaming in windowed mode, again I personally just switch off effects. Not like I need a cube or fancy transparency effects while playing a game anyway
To those who are complaining about these benchmarks: Do you really think it is realistic for the average user coming from Windows to know how to tweak numerous settings in each Desktop? I've used Gnome-Shell since its release, and still not sure how to "Unredirect fullscreen", or if there is even an option.