From x.org old docs:
On nvidia card, it's 2-3% single 1.6Ghz Sandy Bridge core (when uncomposited, of course)Quote:
5.15. Option ``backingstore''
This is not specifically a driver option. It is used to enable the server's support for backing store, a mechanism by which pixel data for occluded window regions is remembered by the server thereby alleviating the need to send expose events to X clients when the data needs to be redisplayed.
Weeeell, this thread sure took a surprising turn. Ponies and /a/ discussion here?
Still though to consider the titles he listed good indicates he hasn't really watched much of anything beyond the popular stuff which tends to be mostly shonen-jump which is well.... shonen-jump.. and there's still good stuff still being made you just have to be looking at more than "What's popular?"
If only they could also make user interfaces which didn't sucked, (I don't know what I think about the tightly integrated software dependencies either) and a decent media player. JuK works fine for music but what about video? That new music player on S I haven't tried because there's no opensuse packages for it (it's not a KDE application either, but it's written with Qt at least.)
Wobbling and transparencies doesn't make a good UI.
For video playback I just use VLC. It uses qt as well. Though I also use Clementine for music.