Not sure about the jerky scrolling. I saw a fix for that somewhere in these forums I'm sure, but can't remember where. Check some of the other IE7 posts in this forum, you may strike lucky.
Any more details on the script?
1] What does the X do. If a page is taking a long time to load, or if you don't want it to finish loading, click the X to stop the downloading of the web site.
2] Not sure about the "opening folders full of favorites", but I can't find anyway to group together tabs for closing. However, if you click the tab at the far left, the one that shows 4 little windows, you will see all the tabs grouped together, and each one has a close x box. You ca close each one from there.
3] Switching between tabs highlights addresses. This is by design I imagine. That tab now has focus, so the address is highlighted. I see no real reason for it though.
4] Many people thought the text was clearer in IE7. Obviously not all people then,
5] It may be that the UK site hasn't caught up with IE7 yet. Being a Civil Servant site, that doesn't surprise me.
I hope that little helps.
I have installed IE7 and don't seem to be experiencing many problems except for jerky scrolling and an IE7 Script Error in NAV. I can live with both of these.
However can anyone answer the following questions please? I have taken the grand tour but can't seem to find the answers.
1.What does the X (Stop -Esc) do at the end of the address bar?
2.If I open a folder full of favorites and get ten or more tabs, is there anyway I can close more than one tab at a time?
3.When switching between tabs the site address, frequently, is highlighted. Why?
4. Is it my imagination or is the text not as clear as in IE6? I selected clear type fonts at set up.
5.One site (The UK Inland Revenue) will not retain the IE7 icon. It doesn't matter how many times I remove the site from favorites and add it back, the icon vanishes. I suspect that this is a site problem.
Any thoughts please.