It could be indeed the driver. I don't have any Broadwell machines so unfortunately I cannot test that model.
There are several things you may try in this situation:
- Use a compositor (such as compton) or, if you already use one, change it or disable it
- Make sure tint2 starts after the compositor
disable_transparency = 1to your tint2 config to disable compositing
There is also the option of setting certain driver options in xorg.conf, but I don't know much about that; it would be best to ask on the archlinux forums.
None of your soutions is working, but I think it is due to the hardware video accelerator since I had not that driver with Debian, but idk how to fix it
You could take a look at https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/intel_graphics#Troubleshooting there are some settings that can be tweaked to work around some issues. But I can't help you with that as I don't have much experience with those settings. It would be more useful for you to ask on the Arch forums.
Yeah dude, I changed the accel method to uxa and now it's fixed, hope that will help you in the future, thanks you.
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Good to know!