High load on Christmas decorations!

I get a high load on it.

It’s on an Intel Xeon E3-1225 v5 (4) @3.7 so not so bad!

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my lower … 70% to 83 % on pinebook Pro run @1.42 GHz… normally lower …

Edit changed cpufreq governor … 60 to 75% @ 1.61GHz

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Still high, vivaldi here.

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Manjaro’s discourse had the same issue and turned theirs off :laughing:

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Jingle bells, jingle bells rapes your CPU! :rofl:

btw my i7-4470K feels relatively fine with Firefox, something like ~20%

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looks like it does cause big load
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Just watching my CPU tracker - goes from average of 6% to 20% (when lights showing) - scroll it off screen and it drops to maybe 8%…

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This is why I hate Christmas…

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I guess this is why gemini exists…

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Was that before or after they appeared here? :thinking:

Eek! :scream:

Before.

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I will look into this with a fresh sight tomorrow morning.

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As @freebird54 mentioned in this thread:

@FLVAL and I thought the decorations would bring some festive feel to the forum in the time we live in. The same lights were on last year also through December and nobody was bothered by its short high load either. FLVAL made a lot of effort, BTW, to match the new banner :wink:

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All Christmas lights need power.

As long as people know why why CPU usage increases then I’m sure they can deal with it. :grin:

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Never!

@Bryanpwo can we at least have the option to block it, it keeps spinning my fans up, it is worse than compiling emacs :rofl:

I can block the banner, but I can’t block the lights - is it an svg?

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Very straight-forward user style:

@-moz-document domain("forum.endeavouros.com") {
.lightrope {
    display: none;
}
}

Just import it into Stylus and then you can avoid Christmas. Ya Scrooge. :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:

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NSFW

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Not working in Vivaldi:
image
Unknown @ rule: @-moz-document.

That bit is there for Import - it tells the extension which URL the rule is for.

Remove line 1 and 5 and it should work fine.

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