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IE7 messes up on Adobe's website?

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    cescotto

    http://www.adobe.com/downloads/ is it only me or IE7 has crazy CPU usage when scrolling this page?

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    Cannot​Resolve​Symbol

    cescotto wrote:
    http://www.adobe.com/downloads/ is it only me or IE7 has crazy CPU usage when scrolling this page?


    I can confirm.  I think it's something strange about their sidebar.

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    Be#

    cescotto wrote:
    http://www.adobe.com/downloads/ is it only me or IE7 has crazy CPU usage when scrolling this page?


    Same on my side. I can hardly scroll (veeeeerrrryyy sloooow) and it takes literally minutes until links become click-able. It is that bad that I started using Firefox just for their site...

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    cescotto

    I disabled scripts/flash/images and it still scrolls extremely slowly, probably it's an IE7 rendering bug.

    BTW If the page is saved as a MHT file it works offline, if it's saved as HTML (no I didn't chose html only) instead it doesn't work.

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    smnbss1

    probably the slowness is due to the feedback javascript gadget...

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    cescotto

    smnbss1 wrote:
    probably the slowness is due to the feedback javascript gadget...


    As I said I turned JS off and it was still extremely slow. It doesn't look to be a javascript or flash, it's something in the page's code that messes IE up.

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    Sven Groot

    Partial repro here. CPU usage while scrolling is about 20-30%, which considering I'm on a Core 2 Duo 6600 is quite high.

    But it's not like I have any problem with using the page, and if you hadn't told me I probably wouldn't have noticed.

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    Jason Cox

    cescotto wrote:
    
    smnbss1 wrote: probably the slowness is due to the feedback javascript gadget...


    As I said I turned JS off and it was still extremely slow. It doesn't look to be a javascript or flash, it's something in the page's code that messes IE up.
    I can guaruntee it isnt Flash because Flash doesnt work in IE x64 and I'm expirencing the same issue.

    I know Dell's site used to have the same problem until they switched to their new layout and the high CPU usage only happened on the ordering/customization pages where they had the box with your current total that scrolled down just like the feedback button on Adobe's site.

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