Internet Explorer Smooth Scrolling
What were your reasons for doing it / not doing it? permalinkembedsavegive gold[+][deleted] 3 years ago*(2 children)[deleted] [–]gnarlyNightly (Windows x64) 1 point2 points3 points 3 years ago(1 child)Do you have an older ATI/AMD graphics card, and are you running Windows 7 or newer? Re: How do I smooth scrolling when using the mouse wheel in IE and Chrome Desmond Chang Apr 24, 2014 10:52 PM (in response to BobFnord) I'm also having this problem, Collaborator DanielApt commented Apr 8, 2015 I have a suspicion that the jumping behaviour is a performance issue in IE, due to the many reads and writes. http://bornsunsoft.com/internet-explorer/how-to-use-internet-explorer-on-mac.html
Anyways, to make a long story short I battled with it for like 6 hours and ended up formatting C: and reinstalling XP. Thanks! Re: How do I smooth scrolling when using the mouse wheel in IE and Chrome kmonk9000 Aug 8, 2013 9:26 AM (in response to BobFnord) Bob-I hope you get your answer permalinkembedsave[+][deleted] 3 years ago(3 children)[deleted] [–]163941[S] 0 points1 point2 points 3 years ago(1 child)That add-on seems to be for using the mouse wheel or keyboard.
Internet Explorer Smooth Scrolling
Owner noraesae commented Feb 17, 2015 Okay guys, I narrowed down the reason. However, I've just come up with an idea that, how about using the fixed positioning, but only for IE? A bug was submitted in Google's bug system or Chrome back when the bug was first identified. So the problem wasn't Windows, necessarily -- it was Chrome.OK, enough history, now for the fix: After some research and experimentation, I tweaked one setting that made Chrome run considerably faster.
Re: How do I smooth scrolling when using the mouse wheel in IE and Chrome DezzieDC Jul 28, 2015 10:28 PM (in response to samuels73836299) Mine is doing a similar thing Re: How do I smooth scrolling when using the mouse wheel in IE and Chrome bhardwajrahul517 Aug 12, 2015 10:43 PM (in response to wqertyuoiuytrew) Cheers..! I would prefer to use jScrollPane's approach, where they wrap the content in a container. Ie Scroll Event Delay But well, in IE, it blinks, which eventually means that IE doesn't update the window completely during a JS context.
Firefox Get help for Firefox on Windows, Mac and Linux. Internet Explorer 11 Scrolling Choppy I have the same question Show 0 Likes(0) 13261Views Tags: none (add) parallax_scrollingContent tagged with parallax_scrolling, mouse_wheel_scrollingContent tagged with mouse_wheel_scrolling, scrolling_issueContent tagged with scrolling_issue, choppy_scrollingContent tagged with choppy_scrolling This content has Get involved and stay informed. http://newwikipost.org/topic/qMJKAefhhBOnE9MGd9NqwSUbnZWgsflL/Choppy-and-Stuttery-Scrolling.html That's for the same website and same computer.
permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]163941[S] 2 points3 points4 points 3 years ago(0 children)Well, I gave it a try anyway - scrolling performance is still really bad on sites like The Verge. Ie Jumpy Scrolling Also because the scrollbars are now in a sense “not attached” to their element anymore they sort of move-freely in the z-index space. For smooth scrolling to work correctly, scrolled areas should be rendered outside the viewport so that scrolling is simply a blitting operation. Compare desktop FF to mobile FF, which is buttery smooth on hardware barely faster than a first generation netbook.
Internet Explorer 11 Scrolling Choppy
This has worked for me many times Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 21. navigate to this website by Bridget Carey 2:10 Leaked footage of the Galaxy S8, Nintendo says dead pixels are normal In today's tech news a footage leaks of the Samsung Galaxy S8, Reddit users complain Internet Explorer Smooth Scrolling You can surely discuss further and suggest other solutions, though. Internet Explorer Scrolling Jumps Collaborator DanielApt commented Apr 10, 2015 At least there's some good news then… I've got it working with fixed positioning, and when the browser scrolls it repositions them.
Any contribution from anyone will be welcomed. Option 2 would be nicer, and it respects the core of the library, but I've simply not found any solution to address this. I'd like to use the native scrollTop and scrollLeft. check over here Collaborator DanielApt commented Apr 10, 2015 I've had the chance to spend a bit more time on this.
noraesae added the bug label Jun 19, 2014 This was referenced Jun 19, 2014 Closed IE issue: scrolling is not smooth and kind of jumpy #118 Closed IE9 scrolls to top Ie11 Scrollbar Issues Anyway, it looks quite obvious that to fix the IE issue, we need to rethink how the scrollbar works :( On Saturday, April 11, 2015, DanielApt [email protected] wrote: Ok, so here's It's kind of the main goal of the plugin, so i'm really sorry, but I can't accept this change.
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It improves the behavior in most cases, but it's still not as good as it was. If so, I'd like to look into this ... Firefox seems incapable of doing this smoothly. Ie11 Position Fixed Scroll Similar Threads - Solved scrolling down Solved Solved oldmancath, Sep 11, 2016, in forum: Web & Email Replies: 1 Views: 986 DaveA Sep 11, 2016 Solved: Incoming email unreadable coding 2
Showing results for Search instead for Did you mean: Mozilla Support - English Mozilla Support - English Choose a product or ask the Community. yoerivdm referenced this issue Dec 10, 2014 Closed Scroll bar's position doesn't stay steady while scrolling in IE 11. #260 doronsever commented Jan 13, 2015 any news on this issue? When I opened a new tab and typed in an address (or even clicked a bookmark), there was often a delay of several seconds before anything would happen -- I'd just this content We'd need to normalise the scroll delta to get a more consistent scroll and smoother experience.
Collaborator DanielApt commented Apr 13, 2015 It works fine, until transforms are used. Now this issue is the highest priority, and I'm working on it. Unlike block scrolling, one input event triggers many frame flips. In many basic projects it works fine, but the fixed positioning option does not play nicely in big scenarios.
This tweak might help. First change the top styling, afterwards change the scrollTop: http://jsfiddle.net/DanielApt/uc8defz0/ Secondly I briefly explored using CSS transform, as they use the GPU, which could address the repainting. the solution lies in modifying the html structure which breaks with the philosophy of the scrollbar. Buggy when elements use css transforms.
I've stopped defrags midway through before with no problems. Internet by Rick Broida 30 January 2015 6:54 pm GMT @cheapskateblog Is using Chrome like watching paint dry? Re: How do I smooth scrolling when using the mouse wheel in IE and Chrome BobFnord Aug 15, 2013 9:36 AM (in response to BobFnord) Looks like this might be a FF repaints the entire viewport on every frame.
Part of the solution is off-main-thread compositing (OMTC). Re: How do I smooth scrolling when using the mouse wheel in IE and Chrome kmonk9000 Aug 12, 2013 6:43 AM (in response to kmonk9000) Well I guess no one at pneyer commented Oct 30, 2014 A simple example with a lot of text: http://plnkr.co/edit/vJjyq8JeUFLD1fzM2LRj?p=preview Both IE9 and IE11 have this jumpy scrolling issue yoerivdm commented Nov 5, 2014 I took a I also found some information on plugins or snippets of code that are supposed to smooth out scrolling, but I'm no developer so I'm not sure if this solves my problem.
It seems to be the browser. Note that simple blitting won't work in the general case for scrolling in the browser, thanks to things like position:fixed and background-attachment, but with off-main-thread, GPU-accelerated compositing, we can get pretty That would mean that—gasp—we'd use fixed positioning to address it.