I am not talking about going to new forum pages, or to a link in a page
I am talking about navigation within IE itself
When I first start IE (have to use Internet Explorer due to work support policy) I can click the Favorites link at the top and my list of saved links appears INSTANTLY
As soon as I go to any of these Adobe forums, IE slows to a crawl and there is a noticeable lag between click on Favorites and the drop down list showing
Whatever script is running at these Adobe forums is evidently taking up a LOT of computer cycles... enough to make IE's internal navigation run slow
It is really too bad that the webx software could not keep up with the message volume and had to be replaced (per a FAQ note before the change)
I really don't care (much) about the new format... but the scripting to MAKE that new format seems to be using up a lot of computer time
Phos says much the same thing here http://forums.adobe.com/thread/426384?tstart=0
For everything to work, scripting must be active
With scripting active, the forum is SLOW
Since that seems to just be part of what Jive is doing, I don't think these forums are ever going to get any faster
I disabled scripts and the forums fly... as i don't have any special styling scripts installed, i didn't at first glance note anything missing.... However, can't post without scripys enabled....
mmm. Firefox with NoScript.
So can enable and disable scripts on the fly. Not ideal but doable, specially if the speed increases the way it did...
I do not see this in Explorer 7/Vista. Favorites display almost instantly regardless of my opening or not opening these forums.