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Tai Toh

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    September 2010

    …what I notice isn’t just the appalling video frame rate (“seconds per frame, not frames per second”, as Tofel says), but also how drastically Flash content affects scrolling and touch events in the browser itself. Even before any Flash content is loaded, these web pages scroll with jaggy animation, and touch events don’t register immediately. Unresponsive scrolling and taps are unacceptable.

    John Gruber’s observation on Kevin Tofel’s Nexus One-Flash demonstration.

    I noticed this straight away when I first installed Flash; that, and crappy banner ads.

    Flash gaming is great and all, but who wants to see blinking animated ads on the websites?

    I really don’t see the point of having it. Choice is good, but it really seemed to bog things down for me.  Uninstalled.

     

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