cube rotate draws improperly on multi-monitor setup

Bug #1589165 reported by BloodyIron
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compiz (Ubuntu)
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Bug Description

Example : http://imgur.com/J4xZht3

I have 3 monitors, 1920x1080, all landscape.

When I rotate my cube, you'll see it draws the adjacent monitors in ways it shouldn't. I think this issue started in 15.10, but I'm not sure. I know that in past builds this wasn't an issue though.

This happens no matter how many workspaces I have.

To be specific, the cube draws adjacent monitors when it shouldn't, causing rendering overlaps and intersections that look poor.

Tags: compiz
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Launchpad Janitor (janitor) wrote :

Status changed to 'Confirmed' because the bug affects multiple users.

Changed in compiz (Ubuntu):
status: New → Confirmed
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BloodyIron (bloodyiron) wrote :

I'm on Ubuntu 16.10 now, with compiz 0.9.13.0, and I still have this weirdness.

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Corben (tobias-krummen) wrote :

Is this issue being adressed?
I have another issue with the cube rotation, maybe it could be adressed at the same time (maybe it's even related)
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/compiz/+bug/1733797

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BloodyIron (bloodyiron) wrote :

I haven't seen anyone do anything on this bug. I'm now on 17.04 and I'm still having the issue... I love that open source projects can get updates, but I really don't understand how people are supposed to get attention to Ubuntu bugs, if things like this just get ignored...

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