Re: _NET_ACTIVE_WINDOW buggy timestamp


I am on Ubuntu but I use metacity + gnome-panel. I think ibus is the current IME method, i cannot find any info that XIM is installed. I think it would be very helpful if there existed a method to identify the buggy client which is causing these errors, otherwise its very hard to know where to search for the problem?


On 28/10/13 13:23, Mike Qin wrote:
Are you using some XIM input method? There is a bug fixed recently in libX11.

XIM module of libX11 in previous version will for sure send bogus timestamp.


On 28/10/13 06:56 AM, Lanoxx wrote:

when I manually start mutter or metacity in the terminal with the
--replace option, then I always see errors like this:

last_user_time (39093728) is greater than comparison timestamp
(16350305).  This most likely represents a buggy client sending
inaccurate timestamps in messages such as _NET_ACTIVE_WINDOW. Trying to
work around...

Is there any way to find out which application is causing this problem?
Or is it somehow possible to let mutter, metacity print the name of the
program that is responsible for this?

Otherwise, how can we fix this?

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