I think you misunderstand the timer issue. my problem is that the slider moves, that is fine, but the smooth sliding motion stutters whenever the timer ticks, when the timer is disabled while sliding then everything is smooth. what spec are your pdas because mine is only 200mhz o\c to 264mhz. I'll try and record a video of my sliding motion for you later but it is a lot better if you set
clock.enabled = false
on slidebutton mousedown
and then clock.enabled=true
when the slider is back at the default location on the left.
there's issues with all the timers including the animation one.
some speed up when others start and some speed down. it varies on the speed of the processor.
but simply stopping the animation and clock on the slideback doesn't really solve the issue, and it means the time will be out of sync while you're dragging the slider and the animation wont keep going like it does on the iphone.
about the memory fix, that's good that it doesn't cause errors now we just need to know if it makes it use less memory.
mainly because if it doesn't fix the memory bug, it only means it'll take longer to shut down with no cause.
all the stuff i've added so far i've tested to make sure it actually makes it better.
i.e. only fix something if it's broke and what you're trying to do will fix it, or else we'll have to find out later from the people reporting bugs.