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Hi ,
i am using jforum and while i switch to new post or post reply screen my screen becomes blank for some time (more than 10 seconds) and then page is loaded .


If any one has any idea about how to get rid of this problem
please reply.


Asit

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The only thing that comes to mind is that you're DB server is being very slow to respond.

What database server are you using and how far away is it from your application server?
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i don't have problem in the latency of page load.but during that span of time the page remains balnk.The page should start rendering while loading page.I need to use the concept of
<%@ page buffer="10000kb" %>
<%@ page autoFlush="true" %>
in .jsp file .
but i don't find the way to use in jforum (corresponding freemaker tag).
i find something like <#flush/>
but not able to find the way to use it.
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Even if you get that to work, I think that the fact that jForum uses old style tables in it's formatting will cause that to happen. Most browsers won't render a table until it's fully complete.

On the plus side, it is possible to redo the templates to use fewer tables and more divs and probably get your page to render faster.
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