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I must not be the only person who experiences this. When scrolling down or up there is a noticeable frame-rate drop. What is intended to be smooth ends up been jerky and my processor tries to figure out how to move the high resolution image while keeping the robot on the side in the same place.

I am using a 2017 macOS Catalina with a 2.5GHz i7 processor (no graphics card). I do not experience an issue like this on Math or Physics Stack Exchange.

Although I have tagged this with bug, it really is intended just the be a discussion on what can be done about the frame-rate drop. The background looks pretty, but I do not think it is worth the cost in frame-rate for some users. Is there any work which has already been started to solve this issue?

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I think it's because Worldbuilding simply has the most elaborate background. I don't see any in physics.se and the one in math.se is a repetition of a rather small image.

I too browse mostly in laptops, and I don't experience this lag. I have two laptops: a PC with an NVidia graphics card, and a Macbook Air from a few years ago.

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