• \[SOLVED\] Resizing Window Stutters


    Have a minor problem that’s been bugging me when I resize a terminal window or nemo the window itself doesn’t get dragged right away it takes 2 seconds for it to be there where I placed the cursor.
    I have a default xorg.conf generated by nvidia-xconfig with a minor addition of coolbits 4 so I can use 100% fan if I ever need that.
    Seems like even if I use max performance option in nvidia-settings the resizing issue is not affected by it.

    ps. specs
    i7 -3930k
    gtx 660ti
    16gb ram
    rampage iv gene mobo
    ssd 180gb -root + 1tb hdd -home

  • Have a minor problem that’s been bugging me when I resize a terminal window or nemo the window itself doesn’t get dragged right away it takes 2 seconds for it to be there where I placed the cursor.
    I have a default xorg.conf generated by nvidia-xconfig with a minor addition of coolbits 4 so I can use 100% fan if I ever need that.
    Seems like even if I use max performance option in nvidia-settings the resizing issue is not affected by it.

    ps. specs
    i7 -3930k
    gtx 660ti
    16gb ram
    rampage iv gene mobo
    ssd 180gb -root + 1tb hdd -home

  • I am not certain, but I think this is intended behavior. For me it will snap to the position as soon as i release the mouse button OR when I keep the mouse in the same position for longer than 2 seconds, whichever comes first. You could always bring it up on their github to find out: [https://github.com/linuxmint/nemo/issues?state=open][0]">[https://github.com/linuxmint/nemo/issues?state=open][1]

    Cheers!

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    [1]: https://github.com/linuxmint/nemo/issues?state=open

  • yes I have exactly the same behavior as you. However, in ubuntu like distros the terminal and other windows stretch fine.

  • @“rusty”:fsfkd0d7 said:

    yes I have exactly the same behavior as you. However, in ubuntu like distros the terminal and other windows stretch fine.[/quote:fsfkd0d7]

    With Cinnamon installed?

  • cinnamon 2.0.14 actually just noticed its stretching fine right now. Perhaps some updates fixed it
    running 2 separate installations of Antergos. 1 - Testing 2- Stable – Both are stable

    what about yours window resizing is still the same ?

  • I didn’t notice until now (I rarely resize windows after initially setting to my taste), but it seems it was a bug that’s been fixed with 2.0.14.

    I too, was majorly impressed with the superior performance the Arch kernel provides. It truly is the fastest, most efficient linux system around. Why else would we develop Antergos around it, right?

    Cheers!

  • I agree. Out of all the distros that I have installed (5 to be exact), I have found that Antergos/Arch is the quickest. The shutdown speed of this distro is like lightening-speed-fast. I have seen Antergos shut down in something like 1 and a-half seconds. Most of the time, it’s around 2 secs. What a fantastic distro!

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