Closed Bug 1188602 Opened 6 years ago Closed 6 years ago
Janky scrolling and bad repainting during APZ scrolling
Reports of the following pages scrolling really jankily and with repainting issues on Windows with APZ and Flash activated. I couldn't reproduce on OS X but I haven't tried Linux or Windows yet. http://breakingmuscle.com/mobility-recovery/4-safe-and-effective-ways-to-work-out-with-a-cranky-knee https://nationalvetcontent.edu.au/alfresco/d/d/workspace/SpacesStore/608b839e-426a-463b-ae12-1cd060c5258a/ims/fit007_2_lr1/fit007_2_lr1_8_2.htm http://physicalliving.com/how-to-stabilize-your-shoulders-during-the-pullup-exercise/
I cant't see any scrolling issues on those sites on Windows 8.1 and latest Nightly except flickering of the flash content itself (bug 1157708).
(In reply to Emanuel H. from comment #1) > I cant't see any scrolling issues on those sites on Windows 8.1 and latest > Nightly except flickering of the flash content itself (bug 1157708). The scrolling issues go away when Flash is disabled, so this is indeed bug 1157708. I did also notice when scrolling the *.edu.au page in e10s Nightly on Windows that the last paragraph slightly "shifts" when scrolling reaches the bottom of the page. I could reproduce it on a second e10s profile but not in single-process Nightly. Do you guys see it? Turn Flash off to test.
I still see serious choppiness when mouse-scrolling this page with Flash enabled, regardless of e10s vs single process, or one running Firefox or multiple. Toggling APZC fixes it though. http://physicalliving.com/how-to-stabilize-your-shoulders-during-the-pullup-exercise/ Tested on latest Nightly on Windows 7.
If I'm understanding comment 3 correctly, there's jank on that page which APZ fixes, so there's no bug there. And based on comment 2 the original issue reported is the same as bug 1157708. So duping.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Closed: 6 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Duplicate of bug: 1157708
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