[Gtkradiant] gtkradiant 1.3.11b / linux issues

Timothee Besset gtkradiant@zerowing.idsoftware.com
Tue, 23 Sep 2003 10:01:27 +0200

- Get a newer video card and run in 24 bits. Voodoo1 too old, no good for

- If there is something code wise that can be done to help low low end
cards, feel free to submit a patch.



On 23 Sep 2003 03:53:22 -0400
"Jeremy M. Booth" <bq20@comcast.net> wrote:

> I downloaded the latest beta of gtkradiant and it runs with no error
> messages.  However, there are a few issues with the display that makes
> it virtually unusable.  In the grid nothing displays very well, and when
> anything is drug over the grid the objects won't properly repaint
> themselves, sometimes leaving holes and random anomalies, sometimes
> disappearing completely.  It's a similar situation in the 3D view.  None
> of the textures are viewable.  Though they are displayed, they are solid
> black.  This isn't a gamma issue, as I keep a relatively high desktop
> gamma setting.  I don't really know what is causing this.  I have all
> the required libraries.  I upgraded to gtk+ 2.2.4, and all the dependent
> libraries to their latest versions and nothing changed.  The only guess
> I have it that's it's maybe some quirky library incompatibility
> somewhere, or does it matter that I run my desktop in 16 bit color? 
> Does anyone know what's going on here?
> System info:
> Redhat 9, kernel 2.4.21-1.ll.acpi (low latency patch)
> Tbird 1.2ghz, 512mb, Asus A7V, Voodoo Banshee (Mesa 1.2)
> ---
> Jeremy M Booth <bq20@comcast.net>
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