CT: If I could vote this down, I would.
This has nothing to with internet speed or website responsiveness. I can replicate this problem on any website displaying PDF files in Safari, and my internet connection speed is very fast. It is a problem in Safari, or involves conflicts between Safari and a plugin.
Asking the user to adjust his/her habits to deal with a new problem that is unique to Safari and PDF files and is equipment-independent is not moving us toward a solution to the problem.
Okay, I'm editing this because it came across rather harsh. Let me say this:
- It happens while displaying any PDF file -- even if it's just text without complicated graphics or video.
- It first started happening relatively recently, though I can't say for sure when.
- It doesn't matter whether you're using a mouse or a trackpad.
- I'm using a Macbook Pro with a core i7 processor and independent graphics controller.
- It happens even when Safari is the only application running.
- It does not happen using other browsers like Google Chrome and Firefox while displaying the very same files on the same websites.
Hope all of this helpful...
Message was edited by: David Brick