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Quoting: Shmerl
Quoting: PhiladelphusCan we just settle on a smaller number of standard refresh rates, please, preferably in larger increments than 5 Hz? I don't care whether it's multiples of 24 (144 Hz, 240 Hz), 30 (60 Hz, 120 Hz) or 5 (165 Hz), just pick one standard and stick with it.

With adaptive sync there is no need to make some standard increments. It's basically, whatever the panel can handle :)

Congrats on the new monitor!
Thanks! And true, obviously it doesn't matter with VRR, I meant more from a…simplification standpoint, I guess. Like, we have 720p and 1080p and 1440p and 2160p in 16:9 resolutions, but not 1712x963 or 1984x1116 or other random resolutions in between. If nothing else it's going to make this graph a nightmare if there are monitors with refresh rates every 5 Hz interval above 150. (Personally I'd probably say something like intervals of 30 Hz: 120, 150, 180, 210, 240, etc.. That's a big enough jump I'd believe people saying they could see a difference, and keeps the monitor space less diluted with refresh rates all over the place.) But you're probably right that since it doesn't really matter too much with VRR there's little chance of that happening.
tfk 29 Jan
Pitty you can't specify multiple systems. I have a laptop too.
lucinos 29 Jan
It seems there is a BUG with trends about december.

December data do not exist when you are looking the trends. I hope this will be fixed and data won't be lost.
Liam Dawe 29 Jan
Quoting: lucinosIt seems there is a BUG with trends about december.

December data do not exist when you are looking the trends. I hope this will be fixed and data won't be lost.
It uses the same data as the initial page. I'll take a look and see during the week why it's not there.
Liam Dawe 30 Jan
That issue is now fixed. Somehow the cron got mixed up, and there we two entries for November. I've adjusted one to be October, as it was right at the start of November (so it should have been October's data). All looking good now.
Liam Dawe 31 Jan
Quoting: lectrodeOut of curiosity, regarding the Desktop "Window Manager Only":
  • 1) what software does that cover?

  • 2) Why would those be put into a single bucket vs having an option for each one like the rest?

  • 3) With that now being in 3rd place, does it make sense to split it up into the individual options?

It's been so long I don't remember the reasoning exactly. I believe some people don't use an actual "desktop environment" like Xfce, KDE, GNOME Shell etc but use some sort of special window manager directly like i3 or something else. We probably need to do something better with that to be clearer. Open to suggestions.
mr-victory 31 Jan
Why is GamerOS listed among distribution list? Isn't it changed to ChimeraOS?
Liam Dawe 31 Jan
Quoting: mr-victoryWhy is GamerOS listed among distribution list? Isn't it changed to ChimeraOS?
As no one notified me it wasn't changed. Done.
Anza 31 Jan
Quoting: Liam Dawe
Quoting: lectrodeOut of curiosity, regarding the Desktop "Window Manager Only":
  • 1) what software does that cover?

  • 2) Why would those be put into a single bucket vs having an option for each one like the rest?

  • 3) With that now being in 3rd place, does it make sense to split it up into the individual options?

It's been so long I don't remember the reasoning exactly. I believe some people don't use an actual "desktop environment" like Xfce, KDE, GNOME Shell etc but use some sort of special window manager directly like i3 or something else. We probably need to do something better with that to be clearer. Open to suggestions.

I'm thinking that if possible, add new choice if Window Manager Only is chosen. That would list maybe few most popular window managers (would have to figure what those are, I haven't looked at any statistics). For the statistics they could be displayed separately as they could take lot of space if all possibilities are listed.
If it's not too much trouble, there's still no 170 Hz option for monitor refresh rate…
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