Did you maybe mean leggy?
- From lag + -y. (Wiktionary)
“Windows only: You’re nearly at wit’s end with certain laggy, hard-drive-crushing apps on your system and ready to make a switch — but are they really any faster at starting up and getting going than the alternatives?”
“It's kind of laggy, and people are still trying to find the right driver and figure out what works," Nederhoorn admitted.”
“Delays in processing these signals would lead to 'laggy' controls, where you would push a button and notice the delay before the game registers it. need for high bandwidth to cope with the high resolution video stream means that services like”
“The controls would have to get laggy which is a shame.”
“We fixed the client side hit detection on the shotgun so that in a high-latency (i.e. "laggy") match, the shotgun will be more reliable.”
“Surely you would have seen the same "laggy" effect (perhaps you mean jerky / unsmooth?) in a cinema. at 24 fps. with resolution effectively 3000 or more lines?”
“Now, the rule is, assuming you won't change the FPS, the sharpen the frame, the more "laggy" the film will look like.”
“The reason why current HD is more "laggy" then SD, is that the motion-blur applied on HD movies is just not as efective as the motion-blur applied on SD movies.”
“Because now movies look more "laggy" then NTSC and PAL movies, because of two things:”
“Current HD movies looks "laggy" as hell with only 24FPS of progressive frames going on.”
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