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Old 2nd July 2005, 07:13 PM
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Kaffeine stutters when scrolling in KWrite

Hi,


I've come across an interesting (and annoying) problem:

when kaffeine is playing (dvds or movie files, doesnt matter) and I use the scroll wheel to scroll in kwrite, kaffeine's playback stutters... If I "grab the scrollbar and drag it" to scroll, that does not happen.

I just tried Konqueror and their it does not stutter when I use the scroll-wheel, but with the grabbing-motion..

Scrolling in Firefox (no QT application) it doesn't stutter at all, regardless which method of scrolling is used..




does that happen to someone else too?


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