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No, it makes no sense at all, which leads me to believe it's some other crazy setting on your end.

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But how is it that the same thing happens for Joey? Surely we both wouldn't have the same setting? And talking of settings, any idea what is causing this?

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I tried it on a brand new XP SP2 install (i did all the ms updates first - everything is MS software - instaleld nothing else) and it was still slow

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With rounded corners off, you should still see rounded corners created by images (in the header and sidebar). The rounded corners created in the page bodies are done on-the-fly with JavaScript, and those are the ones causing slowdowns.

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With rounded corners off, you should still see rounded corners created by images (in the header and sidebar). The rounded corners created in the page bodies are done on-the-fly with JavaScript, and those are the ones causing slowdowns.

I don't get it. With post width being fixed, all that needs to be applied would be rounded images, something like this solution here:
http://www.w3.org/Style/Examples/007/roundshadow.html

So why is Javascript necessary? Is there some cross-browser compatibility issue I'm not aware of?

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That solution is FireFox only. It doesn't work for me in Internet Explorer.

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If you go to that page, and you scroll to the bottom where it says THE RESULT, I see a green box in IE but a rounded box with a dropshadow in FF.

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There is another reason I don't like rounded corners on links. They look like PILLS. The "ADMINISTRATOR" one (which STILL has rounded corners) looks like a suppository. They remind me of nasty MEDICINE (yetch!).

Narue hat? Is that in the genre of a Nehru jacket? :icon_biggrin:

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