Scrolling speed inversely proportional to Github pull request page length



  • [b]Actions taken:[/b] [ol] [li]Open Vivaldi.[/li] [li]Visit a big pull request page on Github (e.g. https://github.com/henrebotha/tmux-conf/pull/1/files).[/li] [li]Scroll the page.[/li] [/ol] [b]Expected result:[/b] The page scrolls responsively. [b]Observed result:[/b] Scrolling is extremely laggy, often lagging behind the scroll input by a second or more. [b]System specifications:[/b] OSX 10.12 (16A323) running on a mid-2012 MacBook Pro 13-inch. 2.5 GHz i5, 16 GB DDR3. Vivaldi 1.5.633.3. Please let me know if I can provide additional detail!



  • You got double my ram and better processor speed, we are running the same snapshot. The linked page behaves normally for me, scrolling is smooth. The only difference is you are running Sierra while I am on 10.11.6. So I guess it's an issue between Vivaldi and Sierra.



  • Good guess, but this predates Sierra. I first installed Vivaldi on the previous macOS (whatever it was called), and experienced it then too.


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