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Re: [Bug-gnubg] OS X 10.6.2 Full Screen graphics bug

From: Michael Petch
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] OS X 10.6.2 Full Screen graphics bug
Date: Fri, 15 Jan 2010 17:21:15 -0700
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Oops I should say it becomes corrupt when I come back out of fullscreen
mode. I am curious. What happens when you don't use -w ?

On 15/01/10 5:12 PM, "Michael Petch" <address@hidden> wrote:

> On 15/01/10 4:58 PM, "Louis Zulli" <address@hidden> wrote:
>> For the record, though this is probably not a gnubg bug:
>> 1. Move aside any .gnubg configuration directory.
>> 2. gnubg -w
>> 3. View --> Switch to 3D View
>> 4. View --> Full Screen
>> 5. Click OK 
>> Get an empty gray window with a blank white region where the board would be.
> This is interesting. I have seen this particular problem on Linux at least
> in the past but under more unusual circumstances. I ssh (with -X) into a box
> with gnubg on it (running Debian Lenny). This tunnels all the X window calls
> to my client box where I ssh'ed from originally. When I switch to full
> screen the screen gets distorted in 3D mode (okay in 2D). I get no
> assertions or warnings at the console though. In the past I had encountered
> the board area being grey. Now the rendering is incorrect (Part of the
> screen is distorted).

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