In Safari Seeking Alpha forces a graphics switch to the discrete GPU for no obvious reason, depleting the battery
Please don't force a GPU switch for MacBook Pro users with Safari. There is no obvious reason to do so, especially on pages with nearly no GPU intensive objects.
The discrete GPU rapidly depletes the battery.
I am constantly having to renew the page I am viewing because it freezes. Also I'll click on another article and I'm no longer logged in to your site. Yet I seems as if I am logged in but I can't see my user picture. There's nowhere for me to actually log out so I can log in again. I seem to be in limbo where I can't see new comments on articles I'm following and I can't comment on any article at all. The bugs are getting extremely tiresome and obnoxious. Your adds make your web pages take forever and a day to load.
We are currently working on improving our quote pages. One test we are running moves our menu from the center of the page to the left side (in place of the ad). This gives us more room to expose all our great content and moves all options within the reach of one click.
One of the key challenges we face is how to organize and categorize our quote page menu. We'd like to crowd source this and ask you to help us with a "Card Sorting" exercise.
It's fun and only takes a few minutes to complete:
Help us make our quote pages awesome and grow the SA community!
Got an email yo update but see no trace of it in my account.
You can update your personal info by clicking on the picture/person icon on the top right hand of the screen, and going to Settings or Profile.
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