kas1e wrote:Did you mean problem the same and with reaction versinon and with mui version , when overlay mode is used, right ?
kas1e wrote:If so, how you disable only shadows but keep compositing ? All what i found for now, its in prefs:gui/effects few areas "windows drop shadows" and "screen tittle bar drop shadow" , in which i can't disable shadow, but can set X/Y to 0. And so i do it, save, reboot : and mplayer still show white background instead of black one.
Then i disable compositing, save, reboot, and tryed same video again : background are black.
So, if for sure related to compositing, but i dunno how to disable shadows while compositing is ON. I can raise a BZ on compositing already, but better if you can show what steps (step by step) need to do to have compositing enabled, but disabled shadow and have black background in mplayer.
t's easy Roman, just set all the shadow items to 0 --> including X/Y coordinates and so on,
It seems that MPlayer or MPlayer-GUI is keeping a lock on the WorkBench screen.
Btw, did it works on previous updates as it supposed to work ? After which update those problems start ?
I test now on 16bit screen with compositing on/off:
-- with compositing ON/16bit screen: left part of background are black, right part of backgorund are white
-- with compositing OFF/16 bit screen: all black.
Did you also set all five sliders to 0, not only the x/y gadgets?kas1e wrote:@samo79Yes, that what i already do as i say in previous mail. But in case with mui-mplayer that didn't make any differences, and only disabling of whole compositing make background to be again black, without those strange white parts.t's easy Roman, just set all the shadow items to 0 --> including X/Y coordinates and so on,
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