Re: Gtk::Image drawn incorrect inside Gtk::ScrolledWindow

Now that you mention it; yes, I see this kind of issue also sometimes in
the file chooser. I have not been able to give later gtk versions a shot
(am on 3.10.8 and can't really afford to mess up this system) but if
someone knows that this has been solved, it would be good to know.


On Wed, 24 Feb 2016 09:54:48 +0100
Kjell Ahlstedt <kjell ahlstedt bredband net> wrote:

The corruption in your picture resembles what I sometimes see in the 
file lists shown by Nautilus (the file viewer). I suppose Nautilus
uses a GtkTreeView in a GtkScrolledWindow. Most of the corrupted area
in Nautilus contains text. Perhaps the problem is not restricted to 
Gtk::Image (or GtkImage).


Den 2016-02-23 kl. 23:01, skrev Kasper Peeters:

I have a Gtk::ScrolledWindow with a VBox inside. Inside that
Gtk::VBox, there are various widgets, among which a number of

When I scroll down, I often see corruption/incorrect rendering of
the Gtk::Image widgets. When the window is forced to refresh (not
sure how to do that manually, but it sometimes happens when I
switch desktops), the image suddenly renders correctly.

A picture says more than a thousand words; see

where the top one shows a corrupt image (the garbled formula below
the first blue block of text). The second one shows what happens
after a refresh.

Any idea what might be causing this, or if not, how to go about
debugging this? Thanks!


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