[CentOS] Evolution Question?

Jeff dr.hugo.z.hackenbush at gmail.com
Thu Jun 11 22:39:45 UTC 2009

Sorin Srbu wrote:
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>> Subject: [CentOS] Evolution Question?
>> I have a CentOS 5.3 Desktop and use Evolution to read mailing lists .
>> When i move from one read letter to another(either deleting or clicking
>> next  the Message pane flickers. How can i stop this because it is hard
>> on my eyes when i have a few emails to read?
> Increase the scan frequency of your monitor maybe? I've seen this in lists
> generally with thousands of entries and the gfx-card can't keep up. Most
> often upping the scan frequency solved this issue. I've also seen this on
> computers that are a bit, ummm, underpowered. ;-) 
> If you have an Nvidia gfx-card, try installing the proprietary drivers, or
> (recommended) dkms and the dkms-Nvidia*-package.
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Thanks for the reply. My card is a GeForce FX5200 is there an easy way 
to set it up as there seem to be a few options? Not sure how to increase 
scan frequency? is it dangerous?

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