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Topic: redrawing flickers
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 70868
From: Rowan
Date: 8/20/2002 12:25 PM

My multipage PDFs have the same graphical header on each page. As people page through the PDF, I want this header to "appear" as if it is not changing at all (similar to a framed web page).

However, as each page redraws, my header flickers (since it starts as white before the polygons appear). Although this is only a fraction of a second, it detracts from the desired effect.

I've noticed this is different on computers of varying power. Is there anything that can be done to minimise this flickering or is it simply CPU dependant?

any info - even if no answer, appreciated.

regards,
Rowan

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