first excuse my not very good english.
I used only DIV-Tags for my layers and I used intensively CSS for the site's layout.
When scrolling my layer(s), I move a content layer by its position below a mask layer.
All scripts work fine in the common browsers (FF, NS and IE). The problem is now that Firefox
sometimes makes the scrolling very very slow. This applies to Netscape 7.x too.
When I say "sometimes", I mean that the problem not appears everytime. For example, if
I start FF the first time on my computer (Win XP SP2 German) and then call my site, all
works fine. If I close FF and I restart it, the browser lets scroll the content very slowly.
The same thing appears, when I start Netscape 7 first and then Firefox. There's a
difference between the FF Version too. With FF 0.8, there's no problem. Just newer
versions are affected.
For scrolling the content, I used the JS Functions setInterval() and clearInterval().
I putted them via my own functions on the onmousedown and onmouseup events.
There is no difference, if I use the functions setTimeout() and clearTimeout().
If someone needs my code, I can provide it.
So I hope now, someone can help me here.
Thanks in advance for any response !!!