Docky. Press Alt + F3 to create a new kwin rule (with the game window selected) #2 Showing 1 - 2 of 2 comments Another issue about KDE 4.5: kdm doesn't save the last logged in user anymore. This command will disable compositing in the kwinrc config file: kwriteconfig --file kwinrc --group Compositing --key Enabled false Then restart kwin (in Alt+F2) with: kwin --replace To get compositing back, just substitute false with true and restart kwin again. I too have been seeing compositing shutting off quite a bit, but I figured it had to do with me running Kodi (with compositing shut-off for that app). You will still have compositing active. From the favorites tab in klauncher, open "Configure Desktop", select "Desktop Effects", then uncheck the checkbox that is called "Enable desktop effects at startup". With this setting enabled, most fullscreen games will suspend the compositor … Flickering in fullscreen when compositing is enabled. Screen tearing with NVIDIA After the upgrade i found that playing some video with mpv disable the kwin compositor. If turning off compositing fixes the micro-stuttering, verify that System Settings -> Hardware -> Display and Monitor -> Compositor -> “Allow applications to block compositing” is enabled. You should see your rounded corners instantly come back after pressing that key combo. Kde 5.6 is giving me some headache. To disable your compositor, click “Menu -> Preferences -> Windows.” This will open a new window called “Window Preferences.” Under the General tab, uncheck the box that says “Enable software compositing window manager.” With the compositor disabled, open a terminal and try running Compton. And before you ask, no, the "disable compositor for fullscreen windows" is disabled, and this happen with mpv on windowed mode! For people like me having issues with this: in KDE you can create a kwin rule to ignore such a thing and force compositing to stay as it was. Disable compositing. eg. By changing KDE's System Settings. Disable compositing permanently or temporarily in the KDE settings, via the assigned hotkey (normally Shift + Alt + F12) or via a script. On the other hand on DEs like LXDE, compositing is not available by default. In System Settings > Display and Monitor > Compositor, uncheck Allow applications to block compositing. If I follow you correctly, you can press Shift-Alt-F12 to turn Kwin compositing back on. When the machine wakes up, the rendering looks even more broken. It flickers extremly. This may harm performance. Many apps require compositing for proper working. 2-Add “Allow applications to disable compositing” in settings, and enable it by default. After some time, KDE just disables compositing due to "slow performance". In System Settings > Display and Monitor > Compositor, uncheck Enable compositor on startup and restart Plasma. Open System Settings > Workspace Behavior > Desktop Effects and disable individual effects with animations that you don't want. From the same screen, you can define a shortcut to enable/disable compositing anytime. I also tried to shut the machine to sleep mode while running the desktop effects.
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