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  • Originally posted by vladimir86 View Post
    So it already arrived to Arch, and for what I can see.... It didn't change anything. I am not sure if it's because after an upgrade it recycles the old settings, but the version it reports is 40.0.0, but it looks, behaves and tastes exactly the same as 3.0. Literally the only difference is that my Wallpaper was gone and I had to select a different one.
    Pay attention to individual package versions. At least the repository that I'm using only has updated for some system components, but packages gnome-session and gnome-shell are still in version 3.38. The only major redesign is in Gnome Shell so you wouldn't notice much until it's updated too.

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    • Originally posted by Mario Junior View Post

      Implying nautilus also cache the thumbnails...
      I wasn't implying anything, I did explicitly state that both file managers cache thumbnails.

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      • Originally posted by aufkrawall View Post
        -frame presentation with vsync < refresh rate for games in Wine/Proton looks more stuttery than it should
        Found one possible reason for that: https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/mesa/...requests/10026

        (I didn't notice this before since due to occasional GPU hangs I was playing with RADV_DEBUG=hang, which has a similar side effect)

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        • Originally posted by MrCooper View Post

          Found one possible reason for that: https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/mesa/...requests/10026

          (I didn't notice this before since due to occasional GPU hangs I was playing with RADV_DEBUG=hang, which has a similar side effect)
          Thanks for letting me know, though I always manually set up fifo/mailbox vsync anyway. So that Mesa MR unfortunately won't fix it.

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          • Originally posted by curfew View Post
            I wasn't implying anything, I did explicitly state that both file managers cache thumbnails.
            If Nautilus caches thumbnails, then it does VERY POORLY DONE to have to redo the cache every time unlike Dolphin, Explorer, Finder ... Nautilus is garbage in every way.

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