As the title says it is bad with a lot of tearing. The strange thing is that with the standard Ubuntu (classic mode no effects) it works smoothly, better than ever before it seems by the way.

  • ATI HD 4350 with proprietary drivers through Additional Drivers

  • The latest Firefox 5.0 (or Chromium, doesn't matter)

  • Latest Flash

  • tried lubuntu-desktop on "top of" Ubuntu

  • tried lxde-core on "top of" Ubuntu

  • tried Lubuntu with the "standalone" install disk

Always the same results. I really like LXDE for its speed/responsiveness and Ubuntu, but this is a big show stopper.

Does anybody has the same/similar issues? I find it really strange and from a noob's perspective it makes no sense and is almost not excusable. ;)

EDIT: Sorry for the missing piece of info.

I use the Adobe Flash package from the Canonical Partner Repository. No Flash Aid with Firefox. My understanding was that Chromium doesnt come with the build in flash ?

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  • Latest Flash from? Are you using Flash Aid add-on for Firefox, or the latest Flash that comes with Google Chrome? – Oxwivi Jun 27 '11 at 11:03
  • Thanks for the quick response. I edited my Question to include the missing info. – Flashy Jun 27 '11 at 11:30
  • If your graphic card supports it you can always try to run compiz under lubuntu. – Javier Rivera Jun 27 '11 at 12:15
  • No, Chromium doesn't com with Flash, Chrome does. Do try Flash Aid and see if it helps. – Oxwivi Jun 27 '11 at 12:53
  • @Javier, I doubt Compiz has much to do with Flash. – Oxwivi Jun 27 '11 at 12:53

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