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

2019-09-21 Thread Bug Watch Updater
** Bug watch added: Red Hat Bugzilla #1744930
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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:
  Incomplete
Status in nautilus package in Fedora:
  Confirmed

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

2019-09-02 Thread Bug Watch Updater
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On 2019-08-12T09:49:58+00:00 fakenxid wrote:

Description of problem:
Anywhere where you need to travel to previous view
performance drops visibly.

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):


How reproducible:


Steps to Reproduce:
1. go to previous view
2.
3.

Actual results:
Performance starts to degrade.

Expected results:
Performance is like before.  :))

Additional info:
Documents
Documents/a
Documents<  performance degrades  (workaround go anywhere else besides
   Documents or Documents/.. and only
   then go to Documents)

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On 2019-08-12T10:18:04+00:00 fakenxid wrote:

*** Bug 1729681 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***

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On 2019-08-14T09:35:53+00:00 fakenxid wrote:


Think the only obvious so-called workaround is avoiding
getting into previous through whatever means possible.

This way you can keep it on the level.  :-)

Simple rule is:
previous view ?  skip to something else  :))

>:]

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On 2019-08-14T14:39:35+00:00 fakenxid wrote:

*** Bug 1670504 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***

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On 2019-08-16T17:08:32+00:00 fakenxid wrote:

(In reply to klfyt from comment #2)
> Think the only obvious so-called workaround is avoiding
> getting into previous through whatever means possible.
> 
> This way you can keep it on the level.  :-)
> 
> Simple rule is:
> previous view ?  skip to something else  :))
> 
> >:]


a > b

b == previous?

b > c > b

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On 2019-08-28T18:52:39+00:00 fakenxid wrote:


Fastest xfmw

alt tab  > shift alt tab > alt tab


Fastest browser (Firefox, Chromium)

shift ctrl tab > ctrl tab

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On 2019-08-29T08:05:37+00:00 fakenxid wrote:


Fastest text  :-)

navigate left -1 letter keep typing.


For example:

Good m|f
Good morning|f

Good morning.

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On 2019-08-29T08:10:14+00:00 fakenxid wrote:

*** Bug 1744930 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***

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On 2019-08-29T08:10:41+00:00 fakenxid wrote:

*** Bug 1724029 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***

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On 2019-08-29T08:12:30+00:00 fakenxid wrote:

*** Bug 1677161 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***

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On 2019-08-29T08:12:56+00:00 fakenxid wrote:

*** Bug 1674486 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***

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On 2019-08-29T08:13:22+00:00 fakenxid wrote:

*** Bug 1733819 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***

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On 2019-08-29T08:13:43+00:00 fakenxid wrote:

*** Bug 1729666 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***

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On 2019-08-29T08:14:06+00:00 fakenxid 

[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

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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:
  Incomplete
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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[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 > 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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[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?

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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

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[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

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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

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[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

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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.

  :))

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[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

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Title:
  Skipping previous view doesn't let performance degrade

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.

  :))

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[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

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Title:
  Skipping previous view doesn't let performance degrade

Status in Ubuntu:
  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.

  :))

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[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 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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