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I'll echo that. Scrolling in a thread has a major delay now. I've had the delay with and without pictures in a thread. But, I've noticed there is no lag while scrolling the forum, just inside a thread. 

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We ran a software update of the forums apps yesterday and it broke a few things. One of those relies on Javascript which is no longer loading correctly. I suspect that's the cause of any slowdowns you may be experiencing.

We're aware of the issue and are waiting for our developer to get a fix in place.

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7 hours ago, refresh said:

We ran a software update of the forums apps yesterday and it broke a few things. One of those relies on Javascript which is no longer loading correctly. I suspect that's the cause of any slowdowns you may be experiencing.

We're aware of the issue and are waiting for our developer to get a fix in place.

Much appreciated! :2thumbs:

 

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not sure if it's useful information or not, but if I select the + sign as if i intend to multiquote I can scroll rapidly as before the upgrade.  However if I actually proceed to reply its back to a super sluggish response time.   All my tech is Apple so I'm kinda crossed up until it gets reaolved.    

Mostly laying off visiting until the issue resolves.  Shoutbox is okay. 

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Ryan was working on a Safari fix last night. I think it should be okay without the plus sign workaround.

I've tested in Mac Safari and will see how things are on iPhone / iPad later this morning.

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I've just posted another fix. Could those using Safari browsers on iOS and MacOS please re-test.

@refresh: I've narrowed the issue down to styles affected by the `body.ipsApp` class clashing with some of our custom styles.

Removing the `ipsApp` class from the body fixes the scrolling. It was proving very difficult combing through the styles to try and identify which style(s) were causing the problem so I tried another strategy - trying to figure out what the clicking the + quote fixed the problem.

After another couple of hours of trial-and-error, I came up with a hack that appends a div with inline styles to the end of the `body` that has a combination of styles that fixes the problem, but doesn't *seem* to interfere with the functioning of the forum. 

I also checked quickly in Chrome and it appears to be unaffected.

So I guess in summary, this is a short-term hack more than a fix and I'd like Invision to do further investigation if possible.

 

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