I use the actual Atom Version for C++ coding. In the last few days I have had the problem that the window contents are completely destroyed when I move the mouse (see picture). When I move the mouse, new patterns appear. I have already started Atom in Safe Mode without any improvement. The graphics card driver is also up to date. I don’t know where to look for the cause at the moment…
Any change when using …?
- Use default themes
See if the following is helpful:
Is atom able to use the gpu?
With the -disable-gpu option I no longer have the problems. Very good, thank you very much!
The software that manages your graphic card will have options to select which software uses what type of graphics. It may be on-board to motherboard vs external graphics card. Have a look at how the display is managed when Atom is used. You will need to put in a rule.
It will then not be required to open Atom with the
--disable-gpu switch if my guess is correct.
The alternative is to create a batch / shell script to open Atom with the correct
What do you think?
Please could you tell us which GPU / OS / Atom do you have?
That’s certainly a good idea. However, I use an NVIDIA Geforce 1080Ti graphics card. The driver has too many settings for me to try. Since I use Windows 10 as OS, I just added the --disable-gpu option in the start icon.
I use Atom in version 1.43.0 x64.