HTML5 video sources making my monitor flicker.



  • I'm actually just posting to see if anyone else expereinces this problem, as it's not enough to make me even think to stop using Vivaldi. However, it is super annoying and I often wonder if it's hard on my monitor. HTML5 video (I believe), like Vines, and especially GIFV's from Twitter make my monitor flicker, almost like my graphics card is resetting. I lose video for a solid second or two when I scroll down to one, and then it will flicker again if I scroll back up to it. It only happens in Vivaldi, I've tested myself with Opera and chrome. So it must be a conflict between Vivaldi and my video card, and maybe just a quirk my particular setup has, computers are stupid. Anyone else have this or know of something I can try to stop this? Specs and stuff: Vivaldi 1.5.618.8 (Developer Build) (32-bit) Revision 969d05a1b96c3d055ffe748671732b49fa1bb45e OS Windows Blink 537.36 (@969d05a1b96c3d055ffe748671732b49fa1bb45e) JavaScript V8 5.3.332.45 Flash 19.0.0.185 AMD FX-8150 Evga gtx770 2gb 8gb ram


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