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The Fix is In!

Sunday February 27th, 2000

For those of you on Win9x, grab today's (2-27-00) build. The performance fix is in (the disabling of timing code) that results in a substantial speedup. For example, in today's build, Tinderbox loads in 5 seconds on my line, vs. 14.56 seconds on the 2-25-00 nightly. Reload: 3.9 seconds, vs. 14.23 seconds. Other pages show the same speedup (and you can run two builds side-by-side to see for yourself).


#30 I think some people enjoy disagreeing with me.

by Tanyel <tanyel@straightblack.com>

Sunday February 27th, 2000 11:36 PM

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In Internet Explorer, I managed to separately scroll through both frames of a Website and the only thing I clicked on was the "Home" button I used to reach the Website.

In Netscape, I was able to scroll through the "Response" part of this form by clicking on it, and able to scroll through the entire Webpage by clicking outside of the form. I switched between them both several times.

Is it still unrealistic?