How do I reset Netsurf's default startup/search page to the 'sponsored'
version which pays a small bounty towards Netsurf development if you
click on a paid-for link - now that this version is working again?
I've forgotten where it was!
Harriet Bazley == Loyaulte me lie ==
At the cutting edge of technology, one tends to end up bleeding
Scrolling windows using the scroll bar seems to be slower than the
versions of Netsurf 6 months prior to the present versions.
Moreover, the scroll speed varies from about 70% as fast at first, to
about 30% as fast after a few seconds of scrolling. It seems that the
scrolling mechanism used is now different, and doesn't stimulate the
processor (when used an VA_RPC-adjust) enough to stop the Intel cores
on a Win7 machine from slowing down.
The versions 6 months prior to this do stimulate the processor to work
at maximum clock-rate when scrolling with the scroll bars.
Firstly, am I correct in thinking that the method of scrolling has
And if so, how can the scrolling mechanism be altered to stimulate the
processor core to always work at full revs rather than slow down after
Scrolling a Netsurf window with the mouse wheel always stimulates the
processor cores to work flat out, and never slow down, so is it
possible to make the scroll-bar scrolling to work similarly?
If I was going there, I wouldn't start from here.
I have downloaded the latest test build r12932, and find that it
treats frames in an entirely different way to what it test builds did
less than 3 months ago.
Positioning the mouse pointer over any one frame and rotating the
scroll wheel used to scroll only the frame that it was underneath it;
now it scrolls the whole caboodle, and reveals a previously unseen
blank frame at the bottom. (??)
It also scrolls (using the slider bars) much less smoothly, and rather
I am looking at:
Wild Flowers http://wildflowerfinder.org.uk/
Burning the midnight candle at both ends of the barrel