Bulkley wrote:Off hand, I'd say that your 7.11 VM isn't rendering properly. When I searched Debian repositories I couldn't find it. What is it, where did you get it and how did you install it?
Bulkley wrote:No_windows wrote:You couldn't find what?
Debian 7.11 Wheezy.......it's a virtual machine, on Virtualbox, on a Jessie host.
Bulkley wrote:Debian 7.11 Wheezy.......it's a virtual machine, on Virtualbox, on a Jessie host.
When I searched I was getting hits for some sort of Windows application which is why I wondered where you got it.
When I run into the unexplained I go into my user hidden directory and rename what I think are appropriate ~/. configuration files and restart those applications. It's amazing how often I find that I had done something that created the problem.
Just out of curiosity, you might try to do a second Openbox install on that virtual machine. Use a different name. Don't load much - just enough to see if it has the same problem. You might even try a newer version.
Head_on_a_Stick wrote:Disable any compositors.
Perhaps post a screenshot to help describe the problem?
EDIT: what is your hardware?
deborah-and-ian wrote:1. Problem could be related to Openbox being used with the VM video card driver. Probably a bug
2. Xfce is not per se designed to work with Openbox instead of Xfwm. Maybe that might be the problem? This could be checked if you try to replicate the same set up on a physical machine.
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