Check my fiddle that causes his problem on Chrome version 32. Not only that, but I've tested the issue on other Macs running the same version of Chrome, and they don't have this problem. But the problem with using other browsers is that they only support up to 720 pixels, not 1080 pixels. It of course didn't solve the problem and I was about to have the macbook pro's logic board replaced, luckily I found this bug report first! Processing Re 36 I provided clear steps to reproduce in , re-posting it here: Steps to reproduce the problem: 1. This issue is only present with Safari and only on Full Screen, while it doesn't happen with youtube nor with Netflix on Chrome. Did This Fix Work for You? The faster the Chrome Dev Team can fix this.
I followed through with the changes on the injectKexts and CsrActiveConfig, but couldn't find the NvidiaWeb entry you spoke of. I tried the website page on Chrome and Safari on mac, and I did not find any Flicker on the page. Does this still happen if it's plugged in to it's charger? I don't know what the issue is. Just type 'yt' in the omnibox Send to Google Maps 3. Then, today, back to flicker. When it blinks, I can see the desktop image behind or a window from a background application.
Many thanks for this great plugin. There's no need to get upset over one issue; I'm chalking it up to the fact that there may be more than one factor contributing to the problem depending on what system you're running on, and what your setup looks like. It will also stop plug-ins, which can be massive power hogs. I'm currently using Google Chrome 39. I'm okay with Safari, but I have a bit of an anal issue with it.
It can be caused by a graphics hack that only Chrome employs. Do i have to send it back? Also with Macbook Air 2012 have some issues. So yeah, Firefox is the only browser that doesn't fail at rendering gradients. Get a mid-2012 MacBook Pro non-retina 2. I started off by installing El Capitan and was to update to sierra as soon as i got my problems fixed. Their quality assurance isn't so hot. I am having the exact same issue.
Chrome is chunky but not flickering. I'll have to check Monday what graphic card the other people at work were viewing the animation with. Just the colors and their contrast and via them to gradients. I am going to bring mine in to an Apple store soon, but since one user already has had the logic board replaced without solving the problem, I kinda want to know a bit more about the problem first. The other thing with Safari is that the option to open a new tab is all the way on the right instead of next to the tabs. They asked me to send screenshots again and make video of it. What needs to happen is we need to decide whether we will continue to dither gradients or not.
Seems you can't send just one tab to tablister. Am i to remove it from the config entirely? Processing I'm seeing this issue on a Mid 2012 MacBook Pro. This problem cannot be fixed unless you change the files rights and sharing. No Did this work before? I also had the same issue. I went into my Chrome settings. Two weeks after I got it back it started happening again. Unless one of you can manage to find a solution, of course.
Click the Remove Now This will log you out of all the websites you are logged into, delete your history log, and may reset some preferences. Does it occur on multiple sites: Yes Is it a problem with a plugin? I only have these extentions addblock empty new tab page ginfinity Infinite scroll for Google search results and a lot of other improvements to your browser experience. So, it would make sense that enabling the option would help. It depends on model how strong flickering is. One of the elements consist of an image, everytime i did a ajax post to generate those html, there will be flicker on those images in google chrome. I'll really have to consider just to manage without Flash now, which will work for the most part, but will be really annoying those few times I actually depend on it.
It's having flickering issues when gradients are involved. Another issue, which I think is related, is whenever I have several tabs open and leave them idle for a long time and then go to click on them it sometimes takes up to 5-10 seconds for the page to appear again. Unfortunately, I had to record my screen with a phone instead of a screen recorder, but you can see the effect none-the-less. Processing Re comment 114: the problem with disabling is that we don't have enough information to target those monitors effectively. In the Advanced Settings window scroll down. The problem is very occasional, so very hard to trace.