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Old 08-17-2005, 01:41 PM   #1
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Unhappy OpenGL: shifted content displayed in app- or game-window

Hi together,

my first post here and a strange problem, where I cant find any help.

I have a Kubuntu 5.04 system with an ATI 9600 graphic card and a "BigDesktop" configured (means an extended desktop over 2 monitors).

I installed the ATI drivers, which are coming in Ubuntu via apt-get, and thought that everything should be right, but now this :

When I'm starting for example "Chronium", the game-window is shown, but the content is kind of shifted to the left. Please see the screenshot, that I have posted on "".
Due to the reason, that this is my first posting, I'm not allowed to post a URL, so please copy this and have a look by your own:

The game is running, but you cant see anything due to the shifting to the left.

And to make things worse:
I tried to start "glxgears" from the console, the window with the gear-wheels appear, but only the window without the gear-wheels.
In the console, my FPS are tracked successfully.

I dont have any ideas, whats wrong here, so I would appreciate your help very much.

Thanks in advance,


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