Sapphire 1.0.0 home screen scrolling

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  1. tameone

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    Home screen scrolling on Sapphire 1.0.0 is a little bit choppy compared to the last two built from source roms I've used (lith mod, insane nemesis). Any suggestions how to smooth things out a bit? I mainly run ADW launcher. Using stock 1GHZ kernel
     
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    Set to ondemand. I've tried running just setCPU and just the cpu settings in gem settings.. both with same results.

    Not much has changed in my setups other than the ROM. Before I was using P3Droids 125-1GHz LV kernels and now the cvpcs custom 125-1GHz LV kernel. ADW launcher with same settings, same widgets, wallpaper, etc.

    I'd like to sort this out because other than the slight choppiness on homescreens, everything is basically perfect.
     
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    I use ADW and am not noticing any "choppiness" in home screen scrolling.

    Not sure how to advise besides recommending setting scroll speed to 0.

    BTW, I use the same kernel (stock) - default profile in SetCPU is 600/1000.
     
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    Well, scrolling speed 0 certainly gets rid of the chop but thats because there is basically no more animation to be choppy :) I like it around 700.

    It's not very noticeable at all.. I think I can only notice because the scrolling on the last ROM(s) I used was extremely smooth.
     
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    I guess play around with the speeds a little bit, might improve matters.

    No offense, but I don't know how you live with speed=700. ;)
     
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    did you wipe before switching to this rom. mine did the same thing. I didn't wipe the first time and thought this was a horrible rom because of how choppy the home screens were. then I did a wipe data and screens were super smooth. Also I switched from Standard voltage to increased voltage.
     
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    I put it around ~170-200. Still some scroll to it, but not as slow as 700...
     
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    700 is close to stock I guess.. never annoyed me so I never really changed it :)

    Yes, I wiped 3x, then installed base + gapps, then booted and let everything sync, then changed fonts, rebooted, installed Gala S theme.

    The choppiness isn't horrible, just noticeable compared to others built from AOSP, and therefore, a little annoying. I could try a fresh install.
     
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    Set the scrolling speed to 450, which helps hide the problem, but still looking for a true solution!
     
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