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Topic # 34704 28-May-2009 21:12
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This may sound a little stupid. But does anyone else find the jittery-ness of the PS3 information bar annoying.
When it scrolls it looks like it is missing a few frames here and there. Just wondering if anyone else has noticed this, and if anyone else cares.

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  Reply # 219122 29-May-2009 08:23
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Mine judders a bit just after I sign-in to the PSN but smooths out after a few seconds. Are you running anything else like Life with Playstation/Folding@Home in the background?

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  Reply # 219209 29-May-2009 10:58
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Havent noticed, plus if did wouldn't care.

The information bar doesn't show when actually doing something on it, i.e gaming, watching video, web browsing etc.

Can be turned off in settings so doesn't show at all.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 219220 29-May-2009 11:18
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I don't even have mine enabled. Does it ever have any good info?

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  Reply # 219438 29-May-2009 18:40
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Not particularly!

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