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"Scrolling down cuts up applets"

Posted by Paul [phasenjo@yahoo.com] on at 02:01 PM
i'm having a problem. when i scroll down the page my applets they become cut up and choppy. i don't know what to do. i currnetly using uShop 3.0x. i read another problem someone else was haveing about "ghosting". i have set up my applets the way you have said but nothing seems to work. my applets are also in tables (how else would you use them if you have a list of items) and when you scroll down the page they become all "choppy" and cut up. please HELP!

here is one of the may pages on my site that are having this problem.


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"RE: Scrolling down cuts up applets"
Posted by Joseph Pishgar [support@uburst.com] on at 03:42 PM
Hello Paul,

I tested your URL in both IE 5.5 and Netscape 6.1 and it loads perfectly. The applets function well, and when scrolling (even erratically) they keep their style and shape. What browser and version are you using?

Additionally, kudos on a beautifully designed website!

Joseph Pishgar
Microburst Technologies, Inc.

"scrolling down"
Posted by Paul [phasenjo@yahoo.com] on at 05:23 PM
thanks for the kudos. i really appreciate that. and as for the browser i am using IE 6.0 and i have used 5.0 and netscape 6.2. does it have to do with my mouse. i have a mouse with a wheel on it. i just don't know. maybe my video card? i have no idea. but i tried on a new gateway computer and also on mine. well let me know. and thanks anyways.... hopefully everyone views my site like you do.

"RE: scrolling down"
Posted by Joseph Pishgar [support@uburst.com] on at 02:36 PM
It certainly could be the video card, or even the mouse, as you suggested. Its really difficult to diagnose choppy applets. It could also be the number of applets on a page. Some browsers/configurations can do up to 20 smoothly, others get choppy at 10. Additionally, as an alternate solution, you may even opt to use the javascript inputs as listed at-
And that would most definitely eliminate the choppiness.

Joseph Pishgar
Microburst Technologies, Inc.

Posted by Paul [phasenjo] on at 03:23 PM
i tried to use the java codes but i don't know how to modify it to were it doesn't give me an error. i am not to familar with java.