Bug#187943: marked as done (Konqueror grinds to halt when typing in address pane (on slow connection).)
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Subject: Konqueror grinds to halt when typing in address pane (on slow connection).
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When typing a url in the address pane (eg: editing the url of a page I am
currently visiting with the backspace key), Konqueror grinds to a halt and
the pause is quite long until Konqueror is responsive again. This is before I
have even pressed the ENTER key to submit my url.
If I hit backspace a few times, I might see the cursor go back one space, then
5 - 10 second pause, then cursor continues. Typing a long url could take
minutes perhaps. Just as well I have bookmarked most of the sites I visit.
I have wondered whether Konqueror is actually looking for something on my
internet connection every second or two. Because I use dial-up, and if am
downloading something via Konqueror or apt-get, the problem is far worse. So
if I have no available bandwidth, typing a url is nearly impossible. Perhaps
Konquerer should wait until I press the ENTER key before doing whatever it's
trying to do?
Running 'top' shows me nothing suspicious.
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according to http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=66796 , this should no
longer happen with kde 3.2 series.