OK, didn't reboot but shutdown Zim, killed Python processes still
running, then launched from console
zim --debug

Here's the output: http://gist.github.com/anonymous/11012787

Note my .config under ~/ as well as the Zim/python installs are on a
normal ext3 filesystem, but looking at this reminded me my data folder
is encrypted with encfs and (once decrypted) sync'd via Dropbox.

I have tested after killing the Dropbox process, no change.

Next step - if you guys don't see anything in the gist - will be to
move the data folder and test again.

If that is the problem, then suggestions for an alternative
user-transparent encryption solution that doesn't slow things down
would be greatly appreciated.

PS thanks so much to the developer(s) and other contributors for this
excellent software, finally weaned myself away from Evernote after
nearly a decade's addiction.

> On Tue, Apr 15, 2014, at 15:22, hans...@gmail.com wrote:
>> Zim .60 via PPA, both with and without the tray icon runnung
>> 12.04 LTS Unity, Python 2.7.3
>> Clicking on another node, or even just putting focus on a page already
>> selected, everything just hangs for 5-20 seconds at a time, the Zim
>> window goes grey/blue, CPU pegs on python during that time?
>> Thought I'd try the dev repo - noob-friendly instructions?
>> Or maybe going to a newer Python?
> Thank you for reaching out to the mailing list on this Hans. Can you try
> starting Zim from a terminal with the command
>    zim --debug
> That will print chatty debug messages to the console that you can look
> at and maybe share. It might help identify exactly what step in
> navigation is getting hung up.
> Also, is your home folder (your user profile folder) stored on local
> storage, or NFS, or something more exotic?
> Brendan Kidwell

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