Nearly every time I visit FlightAware, I flick my scroll wheel down to view more of the page. Since my mouse pointer is usually positioned above the map, the page does not scroll down as desired. Instead, I have to wait several seconds for the map to zoom out.
It’s not the end of the world, but it is certainly annoying.
Because the map takes up a lot of screen space, and because the primary purpose of the airport activity page is to present the information above and below the page break, I recommend that you disable the “scroll-to-zoom” function on the map.
Yes. What usually happens is that I go to a page with a map on it and roll the scroll wheel. Unfortunately the cursor is on the map. Instead of going down the page like I wanted to I just get a highly zoomed out map.
(I gotta pick on Mr. David. . . Ya just can’t pass it up)
Usually you tell someone to google something, and you tell them they’re lazy because they don’t. . . . . You have to be EXTREMELY lazy if you can’t even move your mouse over a couple of inches to the side, and then scroll down!
It’s not laziness, just that it is not realized that you are on top of the map until you have already scrolled waiting for the page to display. Maybe it could be classified a little more as inpatience. I am very guilty of this one though.