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by Emmortal
17.05.2020, 15:21
Forum: Bug reports
Topic: laggish UI - panels
Replies: 14
Views: 41611

Re: laggish UI - panels

The scrolling issue for me seems to have been (mostly, there's still a little) related to DisplayFusion. If you have that installed, try exiting it and see if it persists.
by Emmortal
17.05.2020, 15:18
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Laggy scrolling on detail list
Replies: 1
Views: 4064

Re: Laggy scrolling on detail list

I've been having this same issue for a long time, but only on one computer that I use Freecommander on (out of 3), and I think I might have finally traced it to DisplayFusion which is only running on the PC I've been having the problem with, which also happens to be the most powerful PC I own by far...
by Emmortal
20.03.2020, 12:52
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Favorite do not trigger automatic (selectable) views
Replies: 3
Views: 2654

Re: Favorite do not trigger automatic (selectable) views

Can confirm If I click a folder in my favourites that has an automatic view set it doesn't apply. If I'm in a folder with an automatic view active (such as pictures thumbnail view) and click another folder in my favourites which has (or doesn't have, default should apply) an automatic view set it st...
by Emmortal
28.10.2019, 15:01
Forum: Bug reports
Topic: laggish UI - panels
Replies: 14
Views: 41611

Re: laggish UI - panels

One thing I've noticed - when using the program at work, the scrolling is quick and snappy in details mode, even in a folder (including network folders) with lots of files & folders. Yes, minimizing and maximizing and resizing the window still shows some of the lag as shown in my video, but for day-...
by Emmortal
27.10.2019, 15:35
Forum: Bug reports
Topic: laggish UI - panels
Replies: 14
Views: 41611

Re: laggish UI - panels

I'm seeing the same on multiple different PC's, one being a relatively high-performance PC (GeForce 1660 Ti, 16GB Ram, Ryzen 5) - the program just seems quite laggy when doing certain things, particularly anything that refreshes the program window(s) on screen. My guess is it's because it's using so...