I have 256MB of RAM! Ha!
Seriously, though, it is my work computer, where I normally use only Office apps. I'd have a hard time motivating my IT support I need more power...
At home, where I have a more up to date system, there is no noticable flickering. Still, the method proposed above feels... I don't know... Optimized?
Doing that update even when it's not necessary, just because it makes no noticable difference is the first step towards bloating, don't you think? I was around in the middle of the 80's and the first home computers. They could run incredible games and apps on just a couple of MHz of 8-bit processing, using a few kb of memory! Then you really had to optimize the usage of the limited available resources! Today, you need 512 mb of memory to feel comfortable...
Anyways, this little comment is - of course - in no way meant as criticism towards Skrommel, who makes a fantastic job with all these little amazing gadgets! After all, we are working with a 'simple' scripting tool that probably isn't that focused on optimization in the first place. Or is it?
Many thanks to Skrommel for his work and inspiration to fiddle around with this myself!