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From Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com>
Subject Re: Bad Datagrid scrolling performance on Yoga3 (core i5 / geforce 940M)
Date Wed, 24 Feb 2016 15:49:10 GMT
Try running a performance profiler (either Adobe Scout or Adobe Flash
Builder) and compare output on the slow vs fast machines.

Also, think about differences, even small ones:
-Are both fast and slow computers running Win10?
-Are both using the same anti-virus memory scanners?
-Is the actual size of the DG's columns and rows exactly the same number
of pixels?
-Is the slower computer using a higher-resolution display?

All of the above can contribute to the problem. I even saw one case where
the newer computer was running a different Windows theme so the browser
chrome was a couple of pixels smaller which made the DG column a couple of
pixels wider which made the text flow work harder trying to compute the
line breaks.


On 2/24/16, 6:15 AM, "Julien Desquenne" <jdesquenne@polyedre.fr> wrote:

>I have a AIR performance problem on Yoga3 computer (Intel core i5-5200U,
>Nvidia GeForce 940M / Intel Graphics HD 5500,  Samsung SSD PM851 256 Go,
>8Go Ram, Windows 10)
>When I'm scrolling on a Datagrid, the renderer takes about 1 or 2
>seconds to scroll, whereas it's immediate on other computers (even 5-8
>years old computers)
>I tried lot of graphics settings (disable Intel HD Graphics, every
>settings on high performance) but still this scrolling bad performance.
>Any ideas / experience to share ?
>Does it exist AIR benchmarks tests ?
>Thanks for your help

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