** Description changed:

  Something is wrong with previous view
  killing performance and responsiveness, etc.
  The only obvious fix seems to be to skip it.
  
  :))
  
- 
- # for example if you skip to previous 
+ # for example if you skip to previous
  # a > b (previous)  fix it with
  # b > c > b
+ 
+ 
+ Edit:
+ if you skip to previous view with Shift key performance
+ doesn't degrade
+ https://bugs.launchpad.net/xfwm4/+bug/1837783
+ 
+ It's ignored at the moment, however it looks to be
+ significant performance, at least in terms
+ of idle power.

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Title:
  Skipping previous view doesn't let performance degrade

Status in Linux:
  New
Status in Xfwm4:
  New
Status in X.Org X server:
  New
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.

  :))

  # for example if you skip to previous
  # a > b (previous)  fix it with
  # b > c > b

  
  Edit:
  if you skip to previous view with Shift key performance
  doesn't degrade
  https://bugs.launchpad.net/xfwm4/+bug/1837783

  It's ignored at the moment, however it looks to be
  significant performance, at least in terms
  of idle power.

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