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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).


#45 Are we misunderstanding me again?

by Tanyel <tanyel@straightblack.com>

Monday February 28th, 2000 7:44 AM

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If you are using the Web browser, it will probably have the "focus". I was not saying the scrolling should work while you are playing solitaire. I was saying the scrollwheel should work for whatever part of the browser window the cursor is currently over, without having to click on a particular element inside the browser window. This has already been implemented in Internet Explorer, except for the part concerning forms. The form window scrolling has been implemented in Netscape, for goodness sake. It can be done, and it would make using the browser much easier.