Springboard problems?

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  1. RowRowRowYerGoat

    RowRowRowYerGoat New Member

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    Hey, so I have a problem, well actually more of an "annoyance" with my springboard. It's not urgent or anything haha, I'm just curious.

    My springboard is choppy and laggy when I scroll through the pages of apps left and right. Not laggy so much that it's unusable, just not smooth at all. The thing is, I have Infiniboard installed (it lets you scroll up and down on an app page) and it is incredibly smooth, no choppiness. I don't see any reason why the Springboard can be smooth up and down, but laggy left and right..

    Does anybody else have this problem? Solutions? Thanks

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    How many mobile substrates are running? what are they?
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    RowRowRowYerGoat New Member

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    How would I find that out? Sorry :S btw, nice avatar

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    well do you have rock or sbsettings? it aint nice yet, foregot a slide lol
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    Haha.. I have both. Do you mean checking what processes are running on sbsettings? Cuz all there is is Safari.
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    no, ok go into rock, manage, then mobile substrates, see witch one are on and off

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