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This is just one of the features that annoys me in OW, how when a web site has a .gif image of several frames, OW loads them frame by frame in a non-smooth sequence.

(if you're using omniweb)

Does everyone else experience this, or is it just me? Is there a way to already tweak it?

I was wondering if by any chance you guys can work on this so it just loads them all smoothly, like Safari / Firefox / Camino do. ?

ty :)

Last edited by Jasko; 2007-10-04 at 09:06 AM..
It might have something to do with how OmniWeb deals with stopping animations after they're run. I do see a bit of a difference in your example here. I'll file a bug on this.
For F**k's sake, man. You could have chosen a milder example. :)
Yeah, lol. Sorry. It was the only lengthy .gif I could find at the moment. Anyway, it's a great movie! I hope everyone's seen it, and hope they can fix this!
Hrrm, is it me, or did the developers fix this?
Unless a fairy with an engineering background appeared here at omni overnight i don't think it should have changed :)
Ah, nevermind. I cleared my history and it's still the same :(

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