Martin Sladecek martin.sladecek at oracle.com
Tue Feb 26 09:40:06 PST 2013

On 26.2.2013 18:31, Richard Bair wrote:
>>> Also worth noting is that prism.dirtyops is not API -- it really only existed to help people analyze whether graphical glitches with it turned on would disappear when turned off -- ironic that it is failing in the opposite manner :-).
>> I think he is saying that they appear with dirtyopts=true.
>> They disappear *without* dirtyopts=false
> Right, I think I said the same thing -- the normal operation is to turn dirty opts OFF and get things looking right (if there was a bug when they were turned on), ironic that in this case you have to turn them ON to get things looking right!
Both of you said the same thing, just Pedro said the opposite:

If I run my app *without* this flag:"-Dprism.dirtyopts=false" a lot of
graphical glitches start to *appear*


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