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    Tkk32 NNTP User

    Default Compiz Blurry-ness normal?


    GPU: Nvidia 8800GT newest drivers

    Right, so I'm using compiz with GNOME but I don't think it's supposed
    to do something it's doing. Best way of explaining it would be that for
    example when I alt+tab to another window, the text is blurry until the
    window has "settled" into a non-animated state. Is there any way of
    making it look sharper?


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    BenderBendingRodriguez NNTP User

    Default Re: Compiz Blurry-ness normal?


    I'm not sure it's normal but i also had it. I think it depends on the
    settings. As i didn't always have it.


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    mckeeshop NNTP User

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    hello,
    there are a couple of different Blur effects available in Compis. Make
    sure they are not enabled. Also, do you have an LCD screen? make sure
    that they settings are proper for the Fonts.... under control center /
    appearances. You can turn on sub pixel hinting here.

    mckeeshop


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