Slider "catches up"

  • timmywa

    #2111

    I noticed in Chrome, not sure if in IE or FF, that if my page http://kxrtonline.com sits idle on a tab for some time and I click back to its tab, the slider catches up. What I mean is when I moved off the tab, it paused the slider function. Then, when I click back on that tab, it’s like un-pausing it but it scrolls wildly as if it’s catching up on all that time it’s been off-screen. Is there something to fix this?

    To test, go to my page, open a new tab or go to another tab and five minutes or so later, go back to my page, you’ll see the slider doing this crazy behavior for a bit. Again, this is on Chrome.

    Thanks.

    Josh

    #18725

    I’ve noticed the same behavior on my slider in the past. However, I was never able to identify a reason… and it’s not doing it anymore.

    (Maybe I should test mine in Chrome).

    timmywa

    #18726

    Thanks, Josh. I will also test in FF and IE.

    timmywa

    #18727

    Update: Firefox does the same thing when my site is not the active tab in the browser. Will try this on IE later today.

    Thanks.

    timmywa

    #18728

    Update: IE does not exhibit this behavior.

    Josh

    #18729

    So the problem is with Firefox and Chrome? Have you tried disabling your social sharing icons in the slider and check if the behavior persists?

    I know I had social sharing in mine at one time.. and I decided to pull them out. I’m not sure if this was the cause, but it’s worth a shot.

    timmywa

    #18730

    I’m not using the Graphene sharing buttons at all. I’m using the AddThis plugin and I didn’t see any settings to exclude them from certain areas.

    Josh

    #18731

    Try temporarily disabling the plugin.

    I’m not saying it’s a solution… but we can at least rule it out if it’s not the culprit.

    However, it being a plugin… leads me more to believe it’s what’s causing the issue.

    timmywa

    #18732

    Disabled AddThis plugin and it continued to do this. Any other ideas?

    Josh

    #18733

    Let’s wait and get some more “voices” in here. If I think of anything else, I’ll post back.

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