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Load Time is smaller than Start Render. What does it mean?
03-15-2011, 11:12 PM
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RE: Load Time is smaller than Start Render. What does it mean?
I wouldn't necessarily worry about it too much. The way screen painting works in windows is that apps usually tell windows that an area of their window needs to be updated and when the thread for the given window has some breathing room Windows will tell it to update the window (coalescing multiple requests together). Because of this, it's not unusual to see the render happen a little while after the browser actually had all of the information ready (particularly if it's busy doing a lot of stuff).

If the change you made pushed it out further than it was before (consistently) then it's probably worth looking into a bit (could be that the moving of things around put code executing into the initial render path).
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RE: Load Time is smaller than Start Render. What does it mean? - pmeenan - 03-15-2011 11:12 PM

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