User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en; rv:126.96.36.199) Epiphany/2.16
On the other hand, if xfm4 is built with compositor, terminal shows as it should, but performs slower than before.
Without composite, one can see "waves" across the screen at times (try ls -alR), and it is painfully slow.
This behaviour started about 1.5 month ago, when composite control dissapeared from terminal settings.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.build xfm4 with --disable-compositor
2. start Terminal
3. no window decorations shows, window always on top, very slow
To be at least as fast as gnome-terminal without compositor
Didn't try to reproduce the bug described in the summary, but suffer from the same bug in the description (Terminal is slow, "waves").
I think this only happens if xfwm4 is compiled with compositor, but it is disabled here. If it's enabled scrolling seems to work/performance seems good. But I haven't tested it very long.
gnome-terminal works fine (vte-update didn't change anything).
* xfwm4-4.4.0 \
* terminal-0.2.6 |-> XFCE 4.4.0
Perhaps this "waves"-stuff should be moved to another bug?
(found this by accident, otherwise I would have opened a new one)
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