[Desktop-packages] [Bug 1839610] Re: Skipping previous view doesn't let performance degrade

2019-09-02 Thread Bug Watch Updater
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[Desktop-packages] [Bug 1839610] Re: Skipping previous view doesn't let performance degrade

2019-08-24 Thread Chris Guiver
No answer yet to seb128's prior question. ** Changed in: nautilus (Ubuntu) Status: New => Incomplete -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Desktop Packages, which is subscribed to nautilus in Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1839610 Title: Skipping

[Desktop-packages] [Bug 1839610] Re: Skipping previous view doesn't let performance degrade

2019-08-20 Thread klfyt
** 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

[Desktop-packages] [Bug 1839610] Re: Skipping previous view doesn't let performance degrade

2019-08-20 Thread klfyt
https://bugs.launchpad.net/xfwm4/+bug/1837783 :-) lol? -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Desktop Packages, which is subscribed to nautilus in Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1839610 Title: Skipping previous view doesn't let performance degrade Status

[Desktop-packages] [Bug 1839610] Re: Skipping previous view doesn't let performance degrade

2019-08-16 Thread klfyt
** 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 + # a > b (previous) fix it with + # b > c > b -- You received this bug

[Desktop-packages] [Bug 1839610] Re: Skipping previous view doesn't let performance degrade

2019-08-15 Thread klfyt
Maybe previous view contains recursive function that keeps fighting for resources? :)) ** Also affects: linux Importance: Undecided Status: New -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Desktop Packages, which is subscribed to nautilus in Ubuntu.

[Desktop-packages] [Bug 1839610] Re: Skipping previous view doesn't let performance degrade

2019-08-15 Thread klfyt
** Also affects: xfwm4 Importance: Undecided Status: New ** No longer affects: ubuntu ** Also affects: xorg-server Importance: Undecided Status: New -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Desktop Packages, which is subscribed to nautilus in

[Desktop-packages] [Bug 1839610] Re: Skipping previous view doesn't let performance degrade

2019-08-14 Thread klfyt
** Also affects: nautilus Importance: Undecided Status: New ** Also affects: xfwm4 Importance: Undecided Status: New ** No longer affects: nautilus ** Project changed: xfwm4 => ubuntu -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Desktop Packages, which

[Desktop-packages] [Bug 1839610] Re: Skipping previous view doesn't let performance degrade

2019-08-14 Thread klfyt
** 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