On Wednesday 09 May 2007, Lee Braiden wrote: > Package: karm > Version: 4:3.5.6.dfsg.1-2 > Severity: normal > > Karm takes 3-4 seconds to add a to-do item, and 5 seconds to delete a to-do > item here. I have a fairly modern system (2.53 Ghz, 512MB RAM), with a > load average of 0.11. The delay seems to lock up the app for a moment, > preventing the window from refreshing. This also happens on quitting karm, > but that may be more normal. Pulling up properties for a task or editing > the description of a task and closing the dialog again does not show this > problem. Updating the time for a task and then right-clicking the task > results in a similar delay before rendering the menu. > > I imagine that other karm users would have complained by now if this was > common, as it's very frustrating and time-consuming when managing large > lists of tasks. The only possible reasons I can think of for this > affecting me and not others are: Hi! I just fired up karm where I_have around 8 tasks. (not very much used, but I have them) - and I here it react immediately. My system isn't much different from yours (well I_have 1gb of ram, but that's the difference) A easy way to see if it is your settings or your computer is to try with a brand new user and see if it still happens. /Sune -- Genius, I cannot reset the pointer over the analogic sendmail to the utility from the panel inside DOS NT, how does it work? You should disable the shell for logging on a digital IRC case.
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