"Response.Buffer=True" question

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    Default "Response.Buffer=True" question

    I&#039;m displaying about 2,000 small .gif imagebuttons on a asp.net page and using "response.buffer=true" so that the user will only see the page once all the .gif&#039;s have loaded. Is there anyway to avoid having the user see a plain white screen before the page fully loads. Ideally, what I would like to do here is keep the previous page displayed until the new page is ready to load b/c is this particular scnenario a splash or wait screen is not appropriate. Is this possible? <BR><BR>Any help or advice would be much appreciated. <BR><BR>thanks - rob <BR> <BR>

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    Default RE: Response not buffer

    The buffer setting should not affect other files, only the html you send for the page.<BR><BR>You can try smartNavigation=true, but it has some issues.

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