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www.unix.com

Of late, when i start www.unix.com my system is
going to 100% CPU and takes lot of time to get
the information. I think this is happening after
adding the graphics on the page. Has anyone seen
this problem..Sorry to post this here..
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This has been discussed at length in the proper forum. Yes green flash uses some resources. If that's a problem, switch to another style.
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Ok..I changed it to original VB grey..No issues now
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Our current default is a resource-intensive flash animation. If you are constrained by computing resources, I recommend you change your style in the "user cp" area to something that is less resource intensive.

(seems that Perderabo suggested this and you did!)

Another alternative is to ask Santa Claus for 1G of RAM and at least a 2.4GHZ CPU.

Ho Ho Ho!

Neo
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Originally posted by Neo
Our current default is a resource-intensive flash animation. If you are constrained by computing resources, I recommend you change your style in the "user cp" area to something that is less resource intensive.

(seems that Perderabo suggested this and you did!)

Another alternative is to ask Santa Claus for 1G of RAM and at least a 2.4GHZ CPU.

Ho Ho Ho!

Neo
i tried that but the corporate grinches said "ho ho ho heres an abicus"
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Originally posted by Optimus_P
i tried that but the corporate grinches said "ho ho ho heres an abicus"
They should get with the times and at least give you a sliderule! Smilie
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I think its absolutely class...this is the best website for unix in the world. One up to www.unix.com plus all its cool users!!! I would even call it radical now with the new look - yo yo to the creater!!
PS I am new to Unix - i think its the coolest thing ever dudes - keep it real!

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