- Sep 2, 2008ajaxgames --
I would be happy to look, but I need a working repro case..
Can you post a link, if you don't want to post it to the group, feel free to email me off list..
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----- Original Message ----
> From: ajaxgames <ajaxgames@...>
> Sent: Sunday, August 31, 2008 1:02:22 PM
> I have the same issue, if more than a few DDs or DDProxys are defined
> in a page, IE7 will remain at high cpu even when doing nothing with
> the page. If the window is minimized then cpu usage does drop after a
> Can someone please take a look. If this can't be helped, can you
> provide any tips or workarounds to ease cpu load while keeping more
> DD elements on the page?
> Thank you.
> > Hi!
> > I'm working on implementing Yahoo's/YUI Drag and Drop utility on my
> > site. I've been able to make it work and it is great, so long as I
> > have a very small list of items in my list (20 or so). But in doing
> > some stress testing, I noticed the CPU hits over 50% on my system
> if I
> > make the lists longer. Note that this CPU hit occurs upon loading
> > page, even before you move your mouse or drag any of the items. I'd
> > expect an immediate CPU hit upon page load, and another hit during
> > act of dragging, but I'm confused as to why IE would suck up CPU
> > the page has been rendered. (Yes, we've tried this page on several
> > other machines -- it's not just mine).
> > A sample of the page is here:
> > http://www.newsroomsolutions.com/yuiissue/
> > I've removed some references to our back-end, which are unrelated to
> > this problem. Is this YUI widget only good for a very small list?
> > find that really hard to believe. Thanks for your help.
> > Damian
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