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annoying: scroll browser... WHOAAAA!

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by SDscorch, Nov 4, 2009.

  1. SDscorch

    SDscorch Android Enthusiast
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    anyone else see this??

    webpage comes up, you go to scroll the page and.. *zing*!!



    way down at the bottom!

    the page just jitters really fast (hard to see its going so fast) in a split second you're way far away!




    i was just watching this video..

    DroidDoes Have Pinch & Zoom | Android Phone Fans

    and it happened to the presenter in Android2.0 on the Droid




    and it reminded me so i'm posting it up
     

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    yep. that and all kinds of jittery laggy scrolling problems
     
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    SDscorch Android Enthusiast
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    now.. 1.6 is supposed to get rid of jitter/lag - but its worrisom to see the "jump to light speed" scrolling problem in 2.0
    : ((
     
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    I have always found it to be situational. Like if I flick hard it goes turbo, it I flick light it rolls slow.
     
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    oh.. i know the "turbo" mode:cool:

    i'm just talking about when you first load a page (happens alot right after i load the page) you just touch the page and *zoom!*
     
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    I've found this really depends on how much client-side dynamic content the website I'm visiting has. Sites that are very Ajax heavy have this happen a lot unless I give the site a few seconds more to finish what it needs to do. Once it's fully loaded it seems to be ok.
     
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