Hello! It seems that while snapping some windows (e.g. Emacs or Timeshift) to an edge of the screen, a small gap followed by a thin line appears where the window's border should be. This appears to only affect the Sweet theme. Does anyone have the same issue? If it's a Sweet bug, why does it happen only on some windows?
Edit: Tried turning off window borders from theme settings to no avail.
I'm not sure when it started, I don't snap windows very often. Also, did you reboot after selecting the smoothest animations (cause I didn't)? Weird that the compositor options have an effect on this...
Edit: Forgot to mention, changing any of those options, redraws the desktop, temporarily solving the issue. Snap the window again and the problem persists (on my case at least).
i have my setting to OpenGL 2.0, i cant remember now why i switched from 3.1 to 2.0 now, i think i had an issue with LatteDock, and switching fixed that issue for me then around a month later this has,, at least im not the only one so im sure the bug will be addressed eventually, not the end of the world
The default ones. I'm starting to believe it's a GTK thing. For example, transmission-qt doesn't have the issue, while transmission-gtk has it. And the issue has to do with the window decorations, not the theme in gereral.