I've got a pcap file open; 4 IP addresses are still visible after
filtering, and these show as 4 vertical lines in the TCP flow (show
"visible packets" only).
When scrolling around (two finger gesture on the pad, or cursor up/down),
the timestamps, IP addresses, and vertical lines move horizontally by a few
pixels; the headers "Time" and "comment", and the comment column text stay
Same happens with more IP addresses, too.
When using an unfiltered capture (with more visible packets), scrolling is
slower, of course; the flicker still happens, perhaps more often when
scrolling up than when scrolling down?
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