• Weird "artifacts! (?) in gnome when hoovering over icons


    [img:tkfjpci4]http://i.imgur.com/u72P869.png[/img:tkfjpci4]
    this is of course from korora linux :p but it just happened the day before yesterday in antergos, too…anyone know how to fix that? happens everytime when i “hover” over any icon. further I am missing the option to set the design of window borders in gnome tweak tool… but from googling this issue it seems to be a bug.
    I have a 4th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-4200U Processor 1.6GHzwith Turbo Boost Technology up to 2.6GHz
    Intel® HD Graphics 4400 with 128MB of dedicated system memory

    I appreciate your help, folks!

    other than that, best gnome distro I have tried so far. I especially like that it comes pretty stripped down. makes it easier for me as a newbie to just add the things I need and want

  • [img:tkfjpci4]http://i.imgur.com/u72P869.png[/img:tkfjpci4]
    this is of course from korora linux :p but it just happened the day before yesterday in antergos, too…anyone know how to fix that? happens everytime when i “hover” over any icon. further I am missing the option to set the design of window borders in gnome tweak tool… but from googling this issue it seems to be a bug.
    I have a 4th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-4200U Processor 1.6GHzwith Turbo Boost Technology up to 2.6GHz
    Intel® HD Graphics 4400 with 128MB of dedicated system memory

    I appreciate your help, folks!

    other than that, best gnome distro I have tried so far. I especially like that it comes pretty stripped down. makes it easier for me as a newbie to just add the things I need and want

  • Is that happening with the default icon theme and gnome-shell theme?

  • yes it does, …icon, shell or gtk themes don’t seem to matter…

  • I suggest you then, to open a bug in gnome’s bugtracker because you said that this was happening to you with other distros. Maybe is something related with intel drivers

    [https://bugzilla.gnome.org/][0]">[https://bugzilla.gnome.org/][1]

    [0]: <a href=
    [1]: https://bugzilla.gnome.org/

  • well, well, that’s what I thought, too…intel drivers (I also chose a laptop WITHOUT dedicated graphics because it should work better)…the problem is the standard stock gnome shell itself

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