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#13264 closed bug (duplicate)

Opened January 18, 2013 08:09PM UTC

Closed January 19, 2013 07:37PM UTC

jQuery 1.9 stop().slideToggle jittery bug

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Component: unfiled Version: 1.9.0
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Just noticed this problem with jQuery 1.9 and .slideToggle (and possibly all toggle animations). I have a single block-style anchor that slides up from the bottom of a div using .slideToggle. Upon hover, the box rises, and upon mouse exit, it slides back down.

The bug I've noticed is that the slide animation, in general, is a lot choppier than it used to be. It appears the slide over-extends, depending on how sporadic the mouse movement is. If I hover in-out rapidly, I can get the .slide effect to essentially grow to the entire height of the containing div. Even if I set the anchor with a height of 20px, the toggle effect will allow it to grow to 40px, 50px, etc+.

Here is a jsfiddle replica of what I'm experiencing. Problem occurs on all Chrome, FireFox and Safari.

Reverting back to 1.8 appears to solve the problem. Was there a change in syntax that I messed up on? Or is this a genuine bug?

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Changed January 19, 2013 07:37PM UTC by dmethvin comment:1

resolution: → duplicate
status: newclosed

Duplicate of #13183.Looks like this is fixed in the -git build.