As soon as I arrive home I'll try Michael's suggestion and see what happens.
I start i3 from my custom .xsession. I'll post it later as now I'm not on the computer. Thanks for your help Antonio El 27/4/2015 20:53, Simon Nagl <simonn...@aim.com> escribió: > > I cannot reproduce this as well. > > # i3 version 4.10.2 (2015-04-16, branch "4.10.2") ... > # Chromium 42.0.2311.90 > # xorg-server 1.17.1-5 > > I used the config Antonio Corbi posted: > > bindsym $mod+Shift+m exec "chromium" > assign [class="Chromium"] 2 > > Chromium opens with normal CPU usage and the workspace changes to the > right color. After finished starting up CPU usage of chromium is as low > as starting it "normal". > > Do you use i3 inside of a desktop enviroment? > Maby that could help to repoduce it and locate the error? > > > Simon > > > On 27.04.2015 19:52, Ingo Bürk wrote: > > I can't reproduce the CPU load with Google Chrome. > > However, it seems that if I wait a little before switching to the > > workspace, AdBlock dies. Makes me wonder if this is at all related. > > > > Do you have a log file? > > > > > > Ingo > > > > On 04/27/2015 07:48 PM, Antonio-M. Corbi Bellot wrote: > >> Hi all, > >> > >> I am currently using i3 version 4.10.2. > >> > >> Since a few months I've been observing a strange behaviour in i3 when I > >> assign a window from emacs or chromium to a specific workspace. The > >> behaviour I'm describing here was also the same with i3 4.[7,8,9].x. > >> > >> For example, I assign emacs to this key combination: > >> > >> bindsym $mod+Shift+m exec "emacs" > >> > >> And the workspace assignment is this: > >> > >> assign [class="Emacs"] 2 > >> > >> Assuming I'm working in workspace 1, when I press $mod+Shift+m (I don't > >> change to ws 2 for the moment), emacs starts in workspace 2 but I see > >> an increment in cpu usage being the main culprits emacs (approx. 60% > >> cpu usage) and xorg (approx. 90% cpu usage). And this cpu usage is > >> sustained...it doesn't slow down until I change to workspace 2 ($mod+2) > >> and then I observe that emacs hasn't finished starting and in the very > >> moment I've changed to workspace 2 it is like it resumes execution and > >> it finishes starting normally. It is then that cpu usage from xorg and > >> emacs slow down to their normal values. > >> > >> I've also observed this behaviour with chromium, no other applications > >> suffer from this 'strange' behaviour, i.e I use claws-mail in workspace > >> 4 and it opens there without a glitch. Also I use glade (3.18.1) in > >> this way, assigned to workspace 2, and it starts nicely. > >> > >> I'm not sure if it is an emacs/chromium bug or an i3 bug or even a xorg > >> bug, but I've observed it only with i3 and these applications. > >> > >> Has anyone observed this? > >> > >> Antonio Corbi. > > > > -- > Simon Nagl > ________________________________________ > Zieglerstraße 12 > 86666 Burgheim > > mailto:simonn...@aim.com > Tel: 0179 403 87 61 > > OpenPG: A7C87E3D