** Description changed:

  
- Each time you travel to new location, e.g.
- Home --> Documents
+ If you travel directly to location there you have been
+ with BACK command (alt left) for example then
+ scrolling seems to get worse. This is fixable
+ if you revisit recent files in a new window (ctrl n)
+ and close it (ctrl w).
  
- you can improve performance if you open new window
- and go to recent files (file history) and close
- it (I use Ctrl W shortcut).
- 
- Performance change is left while you
- stay in the location if you travel
- to a new destination you have to
- again open new window and view again
- recent files.
+ BACK? > open recent files in a new window and close it
  
  :))

** Changed in: nautilus (Ubuntu)
       Status: Invalid => New

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Title:
  If you travel BACK directly it kills visible scrolling performance

Status in nautilus package in Ubuntu:
  New

Bug description:
  
  If you travel directly to location there you have been
  with BACK command (alt left) for example then
  scrolling seems to get worse. This is fixable
  if you revisit recent files in a new window (ctrl n)
  and close it (ctrl w).

  BACK? > open recent files in a new window and close it

  :))

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