Display Bug on Asus 901 on boot
|Reported by:||astrieanna||Owned by:||nobody|
|Has a Patch:||no||Platform:||All|
I'm running R1/alpha4 on an Asus 901 eee. I've also verified that this happens on the latest nightly build (hrev45122). This did not happen in alpha3.
On start up, it boots to the desktop, but the right third of the screen is black. The desktop appears to take up the full height of the screen, but there is no "Haiku" at the bottom -- it's just blue. If I move a window to touch a few inches up from the bottom, the lower portion of the screen becomes stripe-y. This is the first picture. In addition, the "screenshot" utility on Haiku only shows an image of the portion of the screen that is displaying correctly. It does not think that the black or stripey portions exist.
When I switch workspaces, that problem disappears. Instead, Haiku seems to believe there's more screen that actually exists. You can see this on the desktop by using the "Haiku" logo as reference. (see second picture). The screenshot utility believes that the full desktop is visible. Full-screening windows means that the bottom of the window is not visible.
Change History (12)
comment:3 by , 7 years ago
|Component:||- General → Drivers/Graphics/intel_extreme|