@whot Yeah. As soon as you touch it, it jumps to the top left corner, and no manipulation of the pointer causes other movement. However, using the Logitech mouse works fine.
It's reproducable on multiple systems (by plugging in the USB keyboard). On one, I actually had three mice: there's one on the keyboard of the laptop in the docking station plus the external-keyboard mouse plus an additional Logitech mouse I plugged in to debug. Only the USB Keyboard Mouse exhibited the problem. I'll file a bug but it won't be until tomorrow evening as I have a lot of meetings during the day.
Yeah, 1.10.902-1 has the same failure. Note that
evtest seems to show completely reasonable
type 2 (EV_REL), code 1 (REL_Y), value -12 type 2 (EV_REL), code 0 (REL_X), value 1
events, even as the cursor fails to move.
There is currently a released update for docker which relies on a version of atomic-registries newer than the released version of that. (Like, for example this one.) Assuming the functionality checks out (and it looks like it does from comments), please expedite this update.
Confirmed that the reproducer in bug #1440287 no longer hangs on 100 runs. Also, rest of system seems to work.
I have concerns about this. Primarily, the JPEG images are of visibly low quality. The fine detail in the trees here is like a torture-test for JPEG compression. I can see obvious-as-JPEG-artifacts with compression in GIMP at 95% (and these seem to have been saved at 90%). To my eye, at 98% or higher there is still some visible loss but it blends in to the overall texture and isn't discernible as JPEG at least. One possible way to save more space is to use chroma subsampling, which does have a subtle overall effect but is less obvious on inspection without a reference.
I'm worried about losing the PNG image this late in the cycle, because I'm not sure what all might be referencing it.
The dawn, dusk, and night images aren't just color shifts; the hills behind the trees change in weird ways.
In the previous version, there was no "foreground fog" on the dawn, dusk, and night images, but here it is there in all three with no change in color, which means there's a lot of contrast at night. I'm not opposed to the "fog at night" look, but I think the texture of the brush jumps out too much here.