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- Aug 5 2016, 6:14 PM (286 w, 6 h)
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Nov 11 2016
Isn't Super + T more consistent with the existing shortcuts? Solus uses the Super key to move windows, maximize, restore, lock screen and etc., while Ubuntu uses Alt key by default. elementary OS comes with Super + T set, but in Solus you have to set the shortcut for the terminal yourself, because not all desktop users need it.
Oct 29 2016
It's a GTK3 problem and it's a really bad one, because I keep struggling to click something on the edges of the screen. I'll report it in the appropriate place.
Oct 9 2016
Sep 24 2016
I think you're right. I have an eMMC drive. It's much worse.
Sep 21 2016
This issue is being discussed in the task T139 (and it's not exclusive to Firefox). Please, follow its development there. Thanks.
Sep 16 2016
It used to be worse on my computer, but now it only happens when opening the Settings. It takes longer than normal and the cursor lags.
Sep 14 2016
Sep 13 2016
I wrote a new task about that other problem.
Sep 8 2016
You can reproduce this when hovering some images like this.
It also happens within MyPaint application, all over the drawing area. I only have Intel graphics.
Sep 7 2016
It's also a life saver for those with cheap/old SSDs or eMMCs (my case), which must reduce the amount of writes to disk as much as possible to keep it working long enough (can't replace when it's soldered). With 2 GB of RAM, swap is heavily used at least once a day. This wouldn't happen back when I had
activated in Ubuntu. zram-config sets everything up automatically.