To recall, the ' jelly scrolling
' effect was noticed by some users as they scrolled through a web page of Twitter feed.
The issue is being labeled as "jelly scrolling" by users and it produces an undesirable effect on the device display when scrolling.
However, not all OnePlus 5 users are affected by the jelly scrolling issue.
The (https://www.xda-developers.com/oneplus-is-aware-of-the-jelly-scrolling-effect-some-oneplus-5-owners-are-reporting/) XDA Developers site has contacted OnePlus about the issue, and the company says that it is now aware of the issue and is now "looking into it." However, the company didn't provide any additional information as to the cause of the jelly scrolling issue on some OnePlus 5 units.
But I'm not the only one who finds the infinitely scrolling page to be a plague among us.
I can't tell you how many times I've done a Google search and clicked on a promising result, only to realize I was on an infinitely scrolling page--and finding the information that was pertinent to me was a Sisyphean task of scrolling, with jumpy pages and a generally terrible user experience.
So why are so many sites opting for infinite scrolling? Well, it seems that web designers--and the folks who pay them--think you'll retain more users because all they have to do is scroll to get to more content.
The mouse's shape is designed for comfort while doing the most popular tasks - pointing, clicking and scrolling
. In addition, it includes the Logitech Unifying receiver, which can connect up to six compatible mice and keyboards through one USB port.
Infinite scrolling is the practice of automatically loading additional content once a user gets close to the bottom of the screen.
Although it's new to the web, infinite scrolling is simply the medium's way of catching up to other digital media, most of which don't require users to do anything to load more content.
So when you see scrolling
text, think of it as a typewriter-produced newsletter, and look forward to the days when online publishers apply the technology to its fullest.
Inspan Infotech, one of the largest IT distribution companies for motherboards and hardware has reportedly announced the launch of the world's first 4D mouse - Genius's Traveler 355 Laser, optimised with OptoWheel technology, which is supposedly the latest in optical sensor technology, where turbo-scroll replaces the traditional mechanical wheel scrolling
. This enables the user the power of four-way scrolling
, which includes forward and backward webpage scrolling
and up/down document scrolling