Hi Don,

Thanks for the answer!

Quote Originally Posted by dongryphon View Post
For IE, has anyone tried the (IE proprietary) CollectGarbage method to see if it helps?
I just tried it with my test case: 5 columns, 30 records, reloading every 3 seconds, IE9.

~ 1 hour testing time increased memory from ~38000 KB to 63780 KB.

Then called CollectGarbage() on the console and it became 63144 KB. So, only ~600 KB off.

I call it several times more - no significant effect. Just a few bytes up and down.

So, I can say it doesn't help.

Quote Originally Posted by dongryphon View Post
We will update you on whether or not we can reproduce it and if there are DOM leaks going on. If there are not, it is possible that it is a browser JS issue.
Please note it is reproducible in Chrome, FireFox and IE. Unlikely it's a browser JS issue. Though anything is possible. In that case it would be great to report it to the browsers technical support.