GNOME's Mutter Working On “Max BPC” Handling To Deal With Monitor Issues

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GNOME developers are working on supporting the Linux KMS “Max BPC” connector property that is supported by some of the Direct Rendering Manager drivers for limiting the maximum bits per color permitted. In turn properly supporting this setting can take care of monitor issues seen on some systems where the monitor may randomly flicker or have other issues unless otherwise lowering the refresh rate or resolution…

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