|Pages renders with distortion and flicker||yevy7||6/28/12 5:01 AM|
I have problems with Google+ pages in my Google Chrome 20.0.1132.43
It's renders with errors. See screenshots.
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||Douglas Tavolaro||6/28/12 5:12 AM|
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||yevy7||6/28/12 5:18 AM|
Cleaning cache and history doesn`t helps.
In incognito mode the problem exists too.
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||Douglas Tavolaro||6/28/12 6:03 AM|
Create a new user profile and verify if the problem persists.
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||yevy7||6/28/12 6:15 AM|
Yes, the problem persists in new user profile.
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||Paul Cullum||6/28/12 10:12 AM|
I have seen the same thing. Although I am fairly certain it started happening on Chrome 19 just before I upgraded. Perhaps some change to Google+ that causes problems in Chrome?
I also noticed problems viewing the "Create event" dialog when clicking things like "Event options" and the invite field.
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||Douglas Tavolaro||6/28/12 4:31 PM|
Watch a similar issue, click here.
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||yevy7||6/29/12 3:06 AM|
So it will be fixed in future versions of Google Chrome?
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||Douglas Tavolaro||6/29/12 11:02 AM|
I think so. If I have new, post here.
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||slopechaz||7/1/12 7:44 AM|
Same problem here, which only began a few days before the update was installed.
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||PrblmChild||7/1/12 1:42 PM|
I have Ubuntu 11.10. Update Manager downloaded Chrome updates twice in the past couple of weeks. The problem you have described is occurring for me across multiple, unrelated sites and services. No clearing or cleaning of anything has solved the problem. Adobe Flash and Java have been re-installed. No fix. The problem did not exist for me prior to the last 2 updates (at least, not that I noticed, & it's very noticeable). Re-install of Chrome did not help. It appears to me to be a problem with the integration of Flash content with the browser. I am not a Google+ user (for Paul Cullum), so I don't see a connection with specific services from any one site or provider. It seems to be a rendering process issue. The content is present, but is "in and out" in rendering. Also, multiple pages and tabs seem to "interact" somehow in the rendering. The good news is that it seems to be confined to Chrome. The bad news is that it may not be confined to rendering. If not, there may be a security issue, if the content becomes interactive across multiple sites. A fix is imperative. Any feedback from anyone?
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||PrblmChild||7/1/12 4:43 PM|
ok. just spoke with several people. it's not limited to operating systems. window's users are having the same problem. it's the chrome itself.
IF SECURITY IS AN ISSUE, I STRONGLY RECOMMEND DISCONTINUING USE OF GOOGLE CHROME UNTIL THE MATTER IS RESOLVED.
as i said before, the rendering problem within chrome is across tabs and windows. it raises serious questions about the data interaction between chrome and whatever sites are being accessed. until i know for sure that the data exchange processes aren't corrupt, i question the security of chrome, especially since the problem may have been caused externally by a security breach.
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||viller||7/2/12 10:11 PM|
Same issue with Chrome 20.0.1132.47, Ubuntu 12.04 LTS.
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||Praveen Baratam||7/3/12 3:44 AM|
Latest Google Chrome Stable - Version 20.0.1132.47
Incorrect rendering while scrolling..
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||Sie_Deen||7/11/12 11:27 AM|
Thanks for your reports. If you are still seeing this issue on the latest version of Chrome Stable (version 20.0.1132.57), please continue to let me know about the following:
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||richadams||7/11/12 3:01 PM|
I had the same problem, for me it was caused by the following plugin:
Shockwave Flash 11.2 r202
As soon as I disabled it from about:plugins, there was no more flickering.
Try going to about:plugins and disabling plugins one by one to see if any of them are causing the issue.
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||yevy7||7/11/12 11:10 PM|
- Ubuntu 12.04
- For example:
- When the page is loaded there are no lags. It begin flickering after scroll.
- Yes. Restart, incognito mode, reinstall... all the same.
I have ATI Mobility GPU on my laptop where the problems are.
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||loconet||7/12/12 6:39 AM|
- Linux (Ubuntu 10.04.4 LTS with 20.0.1132.47)
- http://plus.google.com (on my main feed)
- It doesn't happen all the time. I've noticed this usually ocurrs if there is flash involved (see screenshot: http://i.imgur.com/Yy25n.png). On youtube.com a similar problem: http://i.imgur.com/oCPYn.jpg. Note: in addition to this, as many have reported all text boxes do not display what you're typing.
- Yes it happens even on Icognito as well.
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||Paul Cullum||7/12/12 6:52 AM|
OS: Kubuntu 12.04
It is pretty much guaranteed (for me) to happen on this page: https://plus.google.com/s/Events/events
When I am on that page and I scroll down the chat list gets corrupted.
This appears to be the issue described here:
When I run chrome with the --blacklist-accelerated-compositing option then the problem does not occur.
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||lrsjng||7/16/12 10:03 AM|
Same problem here. Ubuntu 12.04 64.
I think it might be caused by the composite render layers in combination with AMD/ATI original drivers. Deinstalling the original driver worked for me but is not a solution, since it slows down the system significantly when using Unity.
What video cards do you use with which drivers?
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||lrsjng||7/16/12 10:39 AM|
Installing the latest driver from AMD solved all issues for me http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/linux/Pages/radeon_linux.aspx
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||Beenjoob||7/16/12 8:04 PM|
Sorry, late to the party, but still having the problem.
OS: Arch Linux very up to date (kernel 3.4.4, chrome 20.2.1132.57).
Graphics system: hd3000 integrated gpu (intel core i5)
Can trigger similar issue as other people in this thread reported (but not limited to google+) by going to chrome://bookmarks or chrome://history and quickly hovering around over the links. Problem starts as links not giving up their focus (highlight) when mouse pointer moves away, which they normally should (screnshot bookmarks_editor.png). Eventually propagates to other tabs. But I can reproduce very consistently with this trigger. (Another screen grab: chrome_choppy.png, where the rendering gets uber-distorted just by moving the mouse pointer fast around the links).
~/.config/chrome was half a GB first problem was noticed, but looking at the discussion here and there, it looks like it is some graphics refresh related issue.
Detaching a tab from the window helps stop the problem within that tab. Other tabs on original window still show problem.
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||olicrock||7/17/12 7:14 AM|
I am also getting this issue on Ubuntu 12.04 with lastest updates, Graphics VESA 110.
I have found that the problem is fairly random generally, though one sure fire way to reproduce is to create a div with 'overflow:auto' to enable scrolling, then add an iframe into that div underneath a load of text and I get the rendering issue Every time!
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||mgmarcum||7/17/12 6:29 PM|
Ubuntu 12.04 (also on xubuntu 12.04)
It happens on multiple pages. I notice it on youtube.com quite frequently
Seems pretty random
The issue occurs in incognito mode and after a restart.
It seems to me that this is definitely a graphics/driver issue. I'm wondering if there's any gpu acceleration that can be turned off that might help here. This is so bad on my computer that I've had to go back to Fire Fox. I've also noticed that on certain sites the text I type (like in a login box) doesn't show up. I can type something into a form and hit enter and the text will submit, but the text never showed up before submitting.
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||olicrock||7/18/12 1:26 AM|
yeah I also get the problem with text not appearing when filling in form fields, even though it is actually there. I am also using Firefox again.
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||IaCo||7/18/12 6:21 AM|
Same here folks, here's my machine setup:
OS: Ubuntu 12.04 (fresh install)
On the first page render, everything looks OK, but as soon as I scroll down the page is messed up.
Does the issue continue to occur after you restart Chrome (Wrench > Exit) and view the page in an Incognito window?Happens on Incognito and after I restart, either way is broken
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||void92||7/18/12 10:38 PM|
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||yevy7||9/27/12 1:29 AM|
Is there any solution?
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||bibiaudiofil||9/29/12 11:20 PM|
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||bibiaudiofil||9/29/12 11:25 PM|
Firefox ? :)
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Same problem here
Ubuntu 10.04 / Chrome 22.0.1229.79
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||yevy7||10/19/12 4:24 AM|
The problem disappeared after Ubuntu update (to 12.10)
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||Pkunk||10/31/12 3:24 AM|
I can confirm the same problem as @Beenjoob , scrolling pages with disquis and other html5 content like www.spicinemas.in does not work right with the default settings under chrome.
OS: Ubuntu Linux 10.04 lucid
As @"Paul Cullum" suggested before , running chrome with --blacklist-accelerated-compositing solved all problems i faced. After this webgl games work , but 3D CSS etc. are disabled -
Before all the the features above except "Flash 3d" were hardware accelerated.
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||sbsbessa||11/13/12 4:44 AM|
This still happens to me using:
Chrome Version 23.0.1271.64
Ubuntu 12.04 32bit
It happens all the time, even after a restart and in Incognito mode.
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||opipa||11/13/12 9:42 AM|
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||mikefreeman||11/15/12 9:58 PM|
Happens here also. Linux Mint 13 (based on Ubuntu 12.04), ATI proprietary drivers (latest version from ATI web site), Chrome 23.0.1271.64. Also happens on Chromium.
Some pages are fine, others only segments of the page scrolls properly. Occasionally a small section of the page is placed in a completely wrong location. Sometimes I cannot see typed-in text (in forms, for example).
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||bibiaudiofil||11/16/12 9:56 AM|
I switched back to Firefox. Works well :)
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||Allen Seelye||1/5/13 9:09 PM|
Having the same problem here. Just started this evening, wasn't happening this morning.
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||Allen Seelye||1/5/13 9:16 PM|
I've tried it with pepperflash v22.214.171.124, and adobe flash v10.3 d162 and v11.2 r202.
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||Edward Takoch||1/14/13 10:30 PM|
I'm getting this too though it normally only happens around the address bar area, however it sometimes happens on my main monitor on the side where i can go to my second monitor, and instead of being just black it will flicker to the wallpaper then back to chrome. It happens when either loading a new page or changing between tabs
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||Daniel Sell||1/18/13 9:33 AM|
I'm experiencing this as well now - starting last week, I believe.
|Re: Pages renders with distortion and flicker||olicrock||1/21/13 3:50 AM|
I have a fix for this if anyone is still having issues- Simply remove the nvidia and fglrx divers on Ubuntu. This will fix the rendering issues with chrome and chromium and unless you are playing games and desperately need really good graphics drivers then you will never have any issues.
Obviously every computer is different, so you may want to backup files as a precaution, but a few other people in my office on Ubuntu 12 also had this issue and this fix worked for them also.
The steps I took:
After, reboot your machine and hay presto, all is fixed!