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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #2985, comment 27


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06/08/2016 09:28:46 PM (3 years ago)
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  • Ticket #2985, comment 27

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    1 Precisely the same symptoms as BBBThunda describes, Windows 10 x64 host, VirtualBox 5.0.20 r106931, and Arch Linux x64 guest with guest extensions installed from AUR. The guest is using xmonad as a window manager, which is pretty minimalistic so I don't think it's using any 3D features itself. I have multiple screens configured, and changing focus between any of the screens causes the one that loses focus to update. They only update at the moment they lose focus; unfocused windows do not continue to update. Saving and restoring the VM state does not fix the issue. 
     1Precisely the same symptoms as BBBThunda describes, Windows 10 x64 host, VirtualBox 5.0.20 r106931, and Arch Linux x64 guest with guest extensions installed from AUR. The guest is using xmonad as a window manager, which is pretty minimalistic so I don't think it's using any 3D features itself. I have multiple screens configured, and changing focus between any of the screens causes the one that loses focus to update. They only update at the moment they lose focus; unfocused windows do not continue to update. Saving and restoring the VM state does not fix the issue. Restarting X '''does''' fix the issue, but that's a pain. 
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    33So far I've witnessed it with 128MB and with 96MB of video memory, both with 3D Acceleration on. 

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