** Summary changed:

- If you travel BACK directly it kills visible scrolling performance
+ Skipping previous view doesn't let performance degrade

** Description changed:

  
- 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
+ Something is wrong with previous view
+ killing performance and responsiveness, etc.
+ The only obvious fix seems to be to skip it.
  
  :))

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Title:
  Skipping previous view doesn't let performance degrade

Status in nautilus package in Ubuntu:
  New
Status in nautilus package in Fedora:
  Unknown

Bug description:
  
  Something is wrong with previous view
  killing performance and responsiveness, etc.
  The only obvious fix seems to be to skip it.

  :))

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