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tradingview.com webpage is lengthy and loaded with a lot of information - some, dynamic, that is being processed, though not visible when not yet scrolling.
My Mac’s cooling fans offering their perspective: a pronounced increase in speed, before any scrolling.
I monitored both the Brave Browser > Task Manager -and- the Mac’s Activity Monitor.app. CPU usage was anywhere between 10 - 25 percent (when adding up all the browser CPU usage).
I monitored the Brave Browser > Developer Tools > Network activity. There is a lot of interaction between website and browser, including pinging by the website (the pinging was blocked by some Brave Browser method).
I visited the website, using Firefox, and observed the same or similar reactions and response.
On your Mac, if Hardware Acceleration is Enabled, the OS may try to limit an approaching, higher state of CPU/GPU heat, by limiting Inertial Scrolling.
My Mac is not set to use Hardware Acceleration, and Inertial Scrolling was not interrupted.
Might also help:
Recommended in order to reduce influence by websites:
In a Brave Browser - New Window, go to:
Scroll down to “Additional permissions” . . . and set:
- Protocol handlers:
Don't allow sites to handle protocols
- File editing:
Don't allow sites to edit files or folders on your device
Don't allow sites to see text or images on your clipboard
- Window placement:
Don't allow sites use info about your screens to open and place windows
Scroll down to “Content” . . . and set:
- Pop-ups and redirects:
Don't allow sites to send pop-ups or use redirects
Next, go to:
Block third-party cookies
Clear cookies and site data when you close all windows