On 10 May 2012 14:05, Rashif Ray Rahman <sc...@archlinux.org> wrote: > On 5 May 2012 16:56, Wolfgang Engelmann <engelm...@uni-tuebingen.de> wrote: >> Is scrolling still slow if you save your file under another name and use >> that? > > Yes. > >> Is scrolling still slow if you take out your inserts (figures, notes) > > Yep. > >> Is scrolling still slow if you take out the bibtex generated bibliography >> at the end of your document? > > There was no generated bibliography to begin with, so yes.
So, I finally managed to track down a peculiarity. On Windows (7), there is no scrolling issue with the keyboard, or the mouse scroll wheel (or touchpad vertical scroll). However, there is lag if I use the scroll bar (by dragging with the mouse). On Linux, if I start LyX using a desktop file, I cannot seem to scroll at all (keyboard). This is the initial problem I was reporting, where the cursor appears to be "stuck" and won't move at all, and sometimes it may move a character or two after holding a direction for some time. If I start it from the commandline, however, scrolling works, albeit in a crippled way. If for example I'm highlighting with SHIFT, it slows to a crawl. This is not exhibited in Windows. Scrolling with mouse wheel works good as in Windows, and scrolling with the scroll bar is laggy as well. So the common behaviour is scrolling with mouse wheel (OK) and scrolling with scroll bar (slow). Linux-specific issue is no keyboard scrolling when starting outside of commandline, and slow response when it does work. I'm going to have to do some troubleshooting within our distribution first to rule out any distribution-specific issue. All cases reproduced with default splash file. -- GPG/PGP ID: C0711BF1