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Yup, exactly. This isn't an issue with node-webkit... happens with the browser too.
How Unknow01 said in other post: "It is like.... smooth movement... jerk jerk jerk... smooth... smooth... jerk jerk... smooth..." hehe
And Ashley, my system specs are:
Phenom II X4 955
Zathan This is what is happening with our build on the older machine. I can't remember what's happening with my i7. My specs for working on the game are:
windows 7 SP1
and the lowest spec machine that it was previously running smoothly on is:
460gtx 2gb ram and 8600gt 256 gbram (I swap them for testing on an actual CRT/arcade machine)
windows 7 sp1
I'm getting this too. Tried to setup and older version of NodeWebkit as a custom browser and that didn't work. My game looks really choppy right now and it was fine before the update.
Jerkiness only in NWebkit,Chrome,Firefox but not in IE, I try switch off Vsync in VideoCard setting, but nothing.
So... is there something new about that?
I downloaded the new version of node based on chromium 41 and, yeah.. it's better.
But remains a 'random' jerkiness... I think it's being gradually fixed. lol
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This should be fixed in the 0.12 alpha, or by the final version of 0.12, so closing for now.