On Wed, 2 Jul 2003 19:53:59 +1000
Con Kolivas <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Wed, 2 Jul 2003 19:17, Luis Miguel Garcia wrote:
> > Con,
> > I have not tested the latest patch from you, but I'm actually running with
> > the one you made public yesterday and it behaves VERY strangely. Sometime,
> > with only XMMS and aMSN (an Instant Messaging app), if I pick an xterm and
> > move it around the screen very fast, xmms stops clearly until I stop doing
> > bad things with the window.
> Yes indeed the old one would do that. The time constant was 10 seconds so an
> app would have to be running for up to 50 seconds before it was balanced.
> This new one fixes that by applying a non linear boost with time.
> > Other times, even when I'm compiling something, I can do that with the
> > windows and XMMS doesn't stop at all.
> After a minute of running xmms I'd say.
> > Very strange, not to?
> Not at all :)
Yes, it seems that this explanation is totally ok. I'm going to test newst patch and say you something
Luis Miguel Garcia
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