Slideshow animation queue problem #447

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leblangi opened this Issue Aug 1, 2011 · 10 comments

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leblangi commented Aug 1, 2011

When we lose focus on the web page containing the animation, animations queues, which consumes a lot of processor once it regains the focus on the page. The effect is not more visually pleasing. See : http://api.jquery.com/animate/#notes-0

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alibby251 commented Aug 24, 2011

Hi leblangi,

This has already been picked up as a bug - have a look at issue #419, which talks about exactly the same issue. I'm working on it with Brad Robertson with a view to hopefully getting it fixed for 1.2.6. There is a potential fixed version available from this issue log - please feel free to try it out, and let us know if it works for you?

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bradrobertson commented Aug 27, 2011

This has been fixed in the dev branch. Releasing soon hopefully

Thanks you, I Tried quickly to see the change but the #419 was about scrollable and my problem is with the slideshow plugin. I'll just install the new version when it will be released.

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bradrobertson commented Aug 29, 2011

Do you mean the autoscroll tool? This uses scrollable. The issue was
actually with autoscroll (which I assume you're referring to as the
slideshow plugin) which is where I made the fix. Hope to release soon, and
I hope it fixes your issue!!

On Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 7:24 AM, leblangi <
reply@reply.github.com>wrote:

Thanks you, I Tried quickly to see the change but the #419 was about
scrollable and my problem is with the slideshow plugin. I'll just install
the new version when it will be released.

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I indeed refered to the slideshow plugin. I'll wait then for the new released version. Thank you.

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bradrobertson commented Sep 1, 2011

Oh wow, I'm really sorry, I didn't even realize there was a separate slideshow plugin relating to tabs. I just assumed you were mistaken for the autoscroll plugin. You're absolutely right, it uses the exact same code. I'll re-open this and fix it in the 1.2.6 release.

Again, my apologies, should have read this closer.

@bradrobertson bradrobertson reopened this Sep 1, 2011

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bradrobertson commented Sep 10, 2011

hey i'm unable to actually get these animations queued. Can you tell me what effect you're using to make it happen?

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alibby251 commented Sep 10, 2011

Oops - it seems you were right leblangi; I can also replicate this issue. I've mailed a copy of the code I've used to test for this to bradrobertson, and asked him to have another look.

For the record - I was using FF6; I had the slideshow running for a good 15mins, and it ran through the queued animations as soon as I reverted back to the tab that had it running.

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bradrobertson commented Sep 11, 2011

thanks for that alex. this is now fixed

Thank you all for the support.

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