I have a brand new SUSE 13.1, Firefox for open SUSE 25.0, ADOBE Flash Player 184.108.40.2067, Shock-wave 11.2 R202. It is loaded on an HP Pavilion ZE2000 laptop. When I view a video in Firefox, the display is like a negative.
The video driver on the laptop is the ‘latest’. Graphics driver 8252/82855 GM/GME Graphics controller driver: V 16 14.10.3856 A, 10.63M.
This of course is an OLD laptop that I would like extend it’s working life by using SUSE. So far I am very impressed with the OS. It was easy to install and I even got my networked HP printer recognized and working!
I believe all the necessary updates are applied: SUSE, Firefox, ADOBE etc.
Well, I am back in the negative display problem. This time it’s Google Chrome. Google Chrome has been working GREAT for the past few months. Then there most have been an update that screwed it up royally. Google chrome is unusable, the entire screen is a ‘negative’.
Firefox is better but any video displays as a negative. (same problem I started with!)
I have tried disable hardware acceleration, no help.
Anyone else have this problem? I have sent trouble report to chrome but heard nothing.