GNOME Shell and Mutter: better, faster, cleanerEdited
So I went ahead and wiped out ClutterContent from StTextureCache. Then wiped it out entirely from GNOME Shell.
I guess you mean you wiped out ClutterTexture?
Interestingly, XWayland windows are X11 windows with a Wayland surface. Which now makes it possible to find out if a particular window is an XWayland window using GNOME Shell's Looking Glass:
This was already possible by looking at
MetaWindowXwaylandin a Wayland session. In an Xorg session, everything is
MetaWindowActor has now the same split
It's not the same really. The MetaSurfaceActor split is for the backing (Pixmap vs wl_surface), while the MetaWindowActor split is for the window management (xdg-shell/wl_subcompositor et al vs X11 window manager magic).
Cogl uses color-based picking
Clutter uses ..