When visiting specific websites, such as Directron.com, the browser behaves very sluggish, in comparison to IE. Browse throught Directron.com and you will see what I am talking about.
Linux build 2002-03-19-06. Page takes less than a second to render (can't tell how much less -- it was pretty much instantaneous). Same thing for the various pages I tried clicking through to... What build are you using?
Please elaborate on what is very sluggish?
I see what I think the reporter is reffering to on build 2002031803 on Windows XP Professional. When the page is about to finish rendering, the mouse becomes somewhat inresponsive and the browser seems to pause for a second before painting the blue images. I see this same behavior on mozdev.org -- and have for as long as I can remember... Form what I can tell it seems to be related to the images.
From what I mean with sluggish is that, it is very hard to browse the page, or scroll through it. When you using the scroll bar, you get the sam effect as if you had a real bad video card. The web page make wave effects while its being scrolled. I have noticed that it does this when a web page has a large amount of content, or is of a bigger size.
Since you seem to have an aversion to saying what build you're using, I'm going to bet it's a duplicate of the winNT-only scrolling perf issues we had till a few days ago...
Mail from Jorge: Build 2002032103
I am experiencing sluggish cursor movement during the initial load of this page while painting the images as well.
I am still seeing the described behavior in the testcase in comment #10 of bug 122996 with a march 21st build on Windows XP Professional...build 2002032103. I think that this is a dup of that bug and it should be reopened.
WFM bug 122996 is fixed, and I don't see any problem here
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
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