Flash 'Sticks' To Desktop
I'm running Arch Linux using OpenBox for a window manager and Feh for my desktop background.
Sometimes when I'm browsing the Internet, especially places like YouTube, things that use Flash (videos, advertisements, etc.) appear to stick to my desktop. What I mean by 'stick' is that even after closing the browser, I can see a still of the Flash content glued to my desktop. It bleeds through my wallpaper and through any application that is physically opened above it.
I ran ps -a to see if there are any processes running that could be causing this, but I see none (except openbox/openbox-session of course):
My autostart.sh has the following custom entries:
PID TTY TIME CMD
1481 tty1 00:00:00 startx
1507 tty1 00:00:00 xinit
1514 tty1 00:00:02 openbox
1525 tty1 00:00:00 dbus-launch
1533 tty1 00:00:00 openbox-session
1534 tty1 00:00:00 openbox-session
1538 tty1 00:00:05 tint2
1539 tty1 00:03:43 conky
1548 tty1 00:00:03 xterm
6295 pts/0 00:00:00 screen
6402 tty1 00:00:02 gedit
7810 pts/1 00:00:00 ssh
9147 pts/3 00:00:00 ps
If I kill X and log back in, it goes away. I'm using Chromium as my browser.
# Start at Boot
feh --bg-scale /home/tristan/images/wallpapers/wallpaper_1920x1200.jpg &
(sleep 2 && tint2) &
(sleep 5 && conky) &
I took a print screen of my desktop while it was doing it, but it doesn't show up in the screen shot!
I'm wondering if anyone has ever experience this before, or may have an idea as to what might be causing it. I'd greatly appreciate any advice.