All lights gets turned off when start dragging if the image render window is open on another monitor. #111581
Operating system: EndeavourOS (Arch Linux variant), Gnome, Wayland
Graphics card: Intel A770
Worked: Don't remember.
Short description of error
In a multi-monitor setup with different scaling values, when the render result window is open on another monitor, if I drag the viewport in the rendered mode, every time the dragging starts, all lights get turned off. Please see the attached screen recording.
Exact steps for others to reproduce the error
Based on the attached .blend file.
- Find a computer that is running Arch Linux, Gnome, Wayland, and has two monitors with different scaling values like 100% and 150%.
- Start Blender.
- Switch to Rendered view mode.
- Add a cube.
- Render the image
- Don't close the rendered window but move the window to the secondary monitor
- Start dragging the viewport of Blender.
This could be that the first sampled image haven't been drawn onto the viewport yet, but if stopped then it's delayed enough so the image is drawn.
Does this happen in X11?
Also, please provide us with a system info file (
Help > Save System Info) so Intel guys can look at this too. A770 is relatively new.
It seems that it only happens when the scaling values of the two monitors are different. Since X11 does not allow that, it did not happen in X11.
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