For future reference:

I just found out what triggered the the funny rendering: BlindUp was
called whilst BlindDown was still rendering. That obviously caused
problems.  Now BlindUp waits until BlindDown is finished.

On Dec 22 2009, 7:26 pm, david <> wrote:
> Hi Lenni,
> Do you have any code whe can play with ??
> the HTML used and CSS applyied on HTML element :))
> --
> david
> On 21 déc, 15:01, Lenni <> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm trying to use the BlindDown/Up effect but it it renders stuttery
> > and weird on all the major (FF 3.5, IE 8, Chrome 4) Browsers.
> > Basically, the "background" div that is is referenced in the function
> > call, doesn't extend all the way down. It's contents are shown fine.
> > Also, it works fine for the first time, but every susequent BlindDown
> > is borked.
> > Screenshot:
> > My suspicion is that there is some stray CSS that the effect doesn't
> > aggree with, but I played around with it in Firebug but couldn't get
> > to the bottom of it.
> > I did make one observation though: Whenever I roll the div up, even in
> > the hidden state it still has a height CSS attribute with a value of
> > something like 80px. If I manually remove the attribute the BlindDown
> > looks as intended.
> > Anybody care to enlighten me as to what I'm doing wrong?


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