Nick Fitzsimons wrote:
> I'm seeing it and what happens is:
> 1. The page is laid out;
> 2. The images start arriving in the protfolio container;
> 3. Firefox increases the height of the container to accomodate the
> newly-arrived image;
> 4. This causes the top of the container to poke out over the top of where
> it should be;
> 5. FF then adjusts the scrollbar so the container is the correct height
> 6. Another image arrives and we're back to step 3.
That actually sounds like a reasonable theory! What puzzles me tho
is that I see this same kind of flickering going on in the horizontal
direction as well as the vertical, and often both at once. Could it be
the same scrolling effect working both ways? Hmmmm...
I can report that on the news sites I visit, it happens with some
regularity. I did manage to get Bill's site up on server as a test
page, and it's showing the flicker, so I'll be testing this scrolling
idea out right away. Should have done it months ago, oy.
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