Re: [gnome-flashback] Issues with gnome-flashback on Ubuntu 16.04

On 04/12/2015 07:23 μμ, Alberts Muktupāvels wrote:
I can not resize csd windows too, but that is theme problem:
.window-frame { margin: 0; }

Thanks, that did it, hopefully it'll be fixed until 16.04 final so that there's no need to do this per user:
~/.config/gtk-3.0$ cat gtk.css
.window-frame {
margin: 1px;

   6) gnome-flashback with metacity has a lot of tearing...
Can you give some links for upstream change?

The best description that I saw about it was comment #2 in:

There's also, but it only speaks about SDL, while this issue affects a lot of other apps as well, e.g. video playback inside our outside the browser.

    7) The panel applet for the keyboard layout doesn't switch...
That might be ubuntu indicator-keyboard problem.

Can you try this:
- set org.gnome.gnome-flashback.input-sources to true
- add notification-area applet to see input source icon from gnome-flashback

Then it should work, but you will see two indicators. If adding
notification-area applet is acceptable to you then you probably can
disable indicator-keyboard autostarting in GNOME Flashback by copying
/etc/xdg/autostart/indicator-keyboard.desktop to ~/.config/autostart and
adding extra line 'NotShowIn=GNOME-Flashback;'.

Thank you Alberts, you're great!
I've had to remove /usr/share/upstart/sessions/indicator-keyboard.conf for the last step to work. I'd love to be able to do this for all users, or better yet, to have it as the default for gnome-flashback.

a) Dmitry, do we need to stick with the Ubuntu indicators?
 * The language indicator is semi-broken.
 * Pidgin, thunderbird etc indicators don't show up.
 * The "Add event" in the date/time indicator doesn't work.

Did I understand it correctly that if we switch to whatever gnome-flashback has by default, things will work fine again?

b) If the previous suggestion is not feasible, what would it take to properly replace indicator-keyboard with the "gnome-flashback keyboard applet"? Does it need to be rewritten so that is uses the Ubuntu API there?

Thank you,

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