2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 31, 2008 4:11 PM by King Wardrop

    Adobe AIR HTML Performance?

    King Wardrop Level 1
      I've noticed that Adobe AIR seems to have a set framerate of some sort for HTML rendering. On the most simple of pages with a single javascript animation, the animation seems to be limited to something like 12fps where in other webkit-based browsers such as Safari and Chrome, the animation is as smooth as you could want it. Same applies with scrolling and anything else that moves in the AIR environment. This gives applications a sense of sluggishness.

      Has anybody else noticed this? And is there anyway to increase this framerate lock (if that's what it is)?