Also, people do complain about the implementation of Unity. They complain that its slows down graphics, like all composited interfaces do. They complained that there was "Unredirected Fullscreen Windows" support like KDE and Gnome Shell.
Any complaints about the astetics of the interface is garbage though, its all up to the user to decide if they like that. They might not like it, but it doesn't mean that anyone wants to hear about it.
Why do I care (I'm guessing that I would, if I knew).
Is this just another Unity/Ubuntu thing, or is it more general problem?
All I've found is there's this option in compiz (newer versions only? I don't recall seeing it before, but I don't fiddle much with compiz settings anymore).
I'll be quite satisfied with a good link, to start my homework on.Unredirect Fullscreen Windows:
Should programs be allowed to draw directly into a fullscreen window, bypassing the compositing process? This can significantly increase the performance of fullscreen games and videos, but may also cause visual glitches. If you don't know which setting is right for your use case, it's safer to leave this option disabled.
Last edited by Bernard Swiss; 09-14-2012 at 09:32 PM.